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Special Features Make 2018 Partners in Education Celebration a Standout Year

By | April 10th, 2018|Academic Achievement, Activities, Awards & Recognition, Charitable Giving, Charity, Credit Unions, Education, Events, Financial Literacy, HiQ, News, Scholarship, Youth Achievement|

Special recognition of the 70th anniversary of Delco Hi-Q, a tribute to longtime retired Hi-Q Quizmaster Tom McCarthy, and the posthumous induction of FMFCU CEO John D. Unangst into the Hi-Q Hall of Honor make the 2018 Partners in Education [...]

DELCO HI-Q TO INDUCT TWO TO THE HALL OF HONOR

By | April 3rd, 2018|Academic Achievement, Awards & Recognition, Credit Unions, Education, Events, HiQ|

Nether Providence Alum Tom Spock and Former FMFCU CEO John D. Unangst Tom Spock '78, chairman of the Swarthmore College Board of Managers, pictured in Bryant Park on Wednesday, June 10, 2015, in New York, NY. (Laurence Kesterson / staff [...]

2017-2018 All Delco Hi-Q Team

By | March 12th, 2018|Academic Achievement, Awards & Recognition, Credit Unions, Education, HiQ, News, Youth Achievement|

Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union and the Delaware County Daily Times created the All Delco Hi-Q Team as a way to recognize the outstanding efforts of one member from each of the county’s 21 Delco Hi-Q teams. Each member of [...]

2018 Delaware County Excellence in Teaching Awards

By | March 6th, 2018|Academic Achievement, Awards & Recognition, Credit Unions, Education, Events, News|

Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union and the Delaware County Daily Times are happy to announce this year’s recipients of the Delaware County Excellence in Teaching Award. Outstanding educators are nominated by peers, students, parents, family, etc. A panel of Education [...]

2018 John D. Unangst Scholarship Awardees

By | March 1st, 2018|Academic Achievement, Awards & Recognition, Charitable Giving|

Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union is happy to announce this year's recipients of the John D. Unangst Scholarship, a $1,500 merit-based award bestowed upon eleven (11) high school seniors pursuing post-secondary degrees at accredited institutions of higher learning. These bright [...]

Haverford, Delco Christian, Garnet Valley Advance to Finals

By | February 22nd, 2018|Academic Achievement, Activities, Education, HiQ|

Haverford’s Hi-Q team aims to defend their championship title after defeating Radnor and Strath Haven in semi-final action. The Ford’s ability to rack up ten bonus points compared to six for the Raider’s kept them ahead of the competition despite [...]

Garnet Valley Goes Straight to Delco Hi-Q Championship Competition

By | February 16th, 2018|Education, Events, HiQ, News|

Semi-finals competitions in the milestone 70th Season of Delco Hi-Q are scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday, February 20 and 21. With the regular season in the log books, the seven teams that earned the most points cumulatively advance, and will [...]

Playoff Positions Hinge on Hi-Q’s Final Regular Season Competitions

By | February 12th, 2018|Academic Achievement, Activities, Credit Unions, HiQ|

The regular season of Delco Hi-Q has come to a close with the final meets held last week and today, two of which were rescheduled several times due to extenuating circumstances. Strath Haven’s home meet with Haverford and Archbishop Carroll [...]

One Point Separates Two of the Top Teams

By | February 2nd, 2018|Academic Achievement, Credit Unions, Education, Events, HiQ|

Four competitive match-ups go down in Delco Hi-Q’s Season 70 logbooks. A successful appeal by Archbishop Carroll put the Patriots ahead of host Bonner & Prendie in Monday’s competition. In fact, Bonner & Prendie held the lead until the very [...]

Radnor Adds 57 Points to its Hi-Q Cume

By | January 26th, 2018|Academic Achievement, Education, Events, HiQ|

Radnor added 57 points to its cumulative score in a recent competition at Chichester with Ridley High School. The visiting teams started off strong but Radnor took a commanding lead by the end of the first half. Only the host [...]