The grand opening celebration at the Topeka office of Interra Credit Union will be held Friday and Saturday, Aug. 23 and 24, during regular business hours. The new office has been open since August 5.
Located at 336 East Lake St., it is the 12th credit union office, and the first in LaGrange County. For members’ convenience, office hours are 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and from 8:30 a.m. until noon on Saturday.
Credit union staff will serve refreshments and present a gift to those in attendance at the grand opening. Members can register for door prizes from Aug. 23-31. Also during that time, new and existing members may take advantage of special offers on new checking accounts, special loan and credit card offers, and the Young Explorers savings program for children. Information about the “specials” is available at Interra or online at interracu.com.
At the Topeka office, members have access to a complete range of loan, deposit and investment services for consumers, small businesses and farming operations from a facility that includes a lobby, office area and drive-up ATM.
Interra was founded in Goshen, Ind., more than 80 years ago. The corporate office and three branch offices are located there, with additional offices in Middlebury, Millersburg, Nappanee, New Paris, Syracuse and Wakarusa, Ind. Interra participates in the Credit Union Service Centers in Osceola, Dunlap and South Bend, Ind., and is also a credit union outlet center, as part of the nationwide shared branch network.
With assets of more than $655 million, Interra serves more than 51,000 members. As a financial cooperative, the credit union is owned by the members it serves, with the board of directors elected by and from the members. The capital position of almost 12 percent exceeds peer averages, and is representative of the financial strength and stability of Interra Credit Union.