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SPOKANE, Wash. -

UPDATE:

A big thank you to everyone who turned out for our Fall Shred Event. It was another very successful day. You shredded a total of 295,225 pounds of sensitive documents. Each pound shredded is another speedbump for identity thieves.

Here's the totals per location:

STCU Branch in Wandermere: 537 bins, 93,975 lbs

STCU Branch in Spokane Valley: 720 bins, 126,000 lbs

STCU Branch in Dalton Gardens:

430 bins, 75,250 lbs

The next Shred Event will be in April, near tax time.

UPDATE: As of 6:00 p.m. Thursday evening, here are the numbers for how many pounds of sensitive documents have been shredded at our three locations:

Spokane Valley: 600 bins, 105,000 lbs.

Coeur d'Alene: 393 bins, 68,000 lbs.

Northside: 487 bins, 85,200 lbs.

All 3 locations: 259,00 lbs

UPDATE: As of 3:00 p.m. Thursday, here are the numbers for how many pounds of sensitive documents have been shredded at our three locations:

Coeur d'Alene: 59,500

North Spokane: 68,500

Spokane Valley: 84,875

Total: 212,875 so far!

In April, we managed to shred a combines total of  228,600 lbs!

Join us today for free shredding on International Credit Union Day, a time when we celebrate the credit union motto of "people helping people."

Bring up to five boxes of your personal, confidential, or embarrassing documents, photos, and records to be destroyed by document shredding professionals at any of three STCU branch locations in the Spokane Valley, North Spokane, and Silver Lake Mall in Coeur d' Alene.

All shredding is free! Celebrating your new freedom from piles and files of paper is optional.

Let 'er rip!

Bring your files to these locations on Thursday, October 15 between 6 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Spokane Valley Branch
13501 E. Sprague Ave. — map

North Spokane Branch
207 E. Hastings Road — map

Silver Lake Mall
Across the street from STCU's Silver Lake Branch 6704 N. Gov't Way, Dalton Gardens, Idaho — map

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