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KCU celebrates opening of new Silverdale branch

Kitsap Credit Union employees and community members celebrated the grand opening of the new Silverdale Highlands building on Myhre Road with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday. - Kassie Korich/staff photo
Kitsap Credit Union employees and community members celebrated the grand opening of the new Silverdale Highlands building on Myhre Road with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday.
— image credit: Kassie Korich/staff photo

A ribbon-cutting ceremony marked the grand opening of Kitsap Credit Union’s new Silverdale Highlands building.

The new complex, located at 2041 Myhre Road, marks the nonprofit financial cooperative’s 16th branch on the Kitsap Peninsula. The more than 17,000-square-foot building houses a full-service branch, as well as the relocated home loan and member business lending departments. The branch features a two-lane drive up; two ATMs, one of which will be accessible by car; safe deposit boxes; an investment services representative; as well as six teller stations and five financial services representatives.

Kitsap Credit Union serves nearly 80,000 member owners. Member eligibility is open to those who live and work in Washington state. For more information, visit www.kitsapcu.org.

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