John Lambert introduced Andy Eisnaugle. Pictured with President Spangler


Marie Nemes-Crawford, Editor

January Calendar – Gary Dean, Program Chair

Jan 8: *Bonus Community Kitchen

Jan 11: SAR Mutt rescue – Police Dog Training

Jan 18: PICCA mobile hygiene

Jan 22: * Community Kitchen

Jan 25: Big Brothers and Big Sisters

*extra event


  • Presiding:  President Warren Spangler
  • Prayer: Joe Brown
  • Piano: Ellery Elick
  • Song Leader: Tom Duvall “East Side, West Side” and “R-O-T-A-R-Y”
  • Attending: (Drexel has official list)  51 today – Spangler, Poling, Crawford, Nemes-Crawford, Fouts, Elick, Canfield, Wilson, Lambert, Koch, Duvall, Brown, Young, Maroscher, Droste, Fountain, C.Neff, K.Neff, Sneed, Radcliff, D.Wolfe, R.Wolfe, Foster, Schreiner, B.Liggett, E.Liggett, McNemar, McIlroy, Riegel, McCrady, Mavis, Palm, Ellis, Montgomery, D.WEbb, I.Webb, Robinson, Dean, Wolford, Beavers, C.Chamberlain, Hafey, J.Mullins, Weaver, Rawlins, T.Chamberlain, Searls, White, Blanton, Hooks, B.Tootle
  • Guests: Bob Sneed introduced Dylan Hall – OSU engineering student and PCCF scholarship recipient ; Josh Koch introduced Steve Pipin, branch manager here in Circleville for USBank
  • Students: Logan Elm : Dan Hugus introduced us to Colton Eplin and Will Higginbotham.


  • Carly announced the Second Annual Euchre tournament will be February 8th, 6:00pm-9:00pm! All proceeds go to our scholarship fund. See Carly or Stacy to volunteer to help or become a sponsor. Tickets are $25 per person. Includes pizza, pop, water and fellowship. Bring Cash, if you get Euchre you pay the pot and 50/50 tickets also available. Tickets on line or Carly and Stacy. 
  • Board meeting is January 16th, 11:30 Watt St.
  • Rural Urban Day is February 29th – Happy Leap Year Day

SAA: Ellery Elick

  • Michelle Blanton – new Mayor of Circleville. Former mayor’s McIlroy and Droste will pay $2 each for Michelle
  • Tom Duvall and Don McIlroy sworn in for city 
  • Auld Lang Syne – meaning Times Long Past
  • College football – how many bowl games were played? 43

Scholarship Drawing: Ned Schreiner was the winner of $36! The jackpot is $421 and it will continue to grow.

 Program: Thank you John Lambert for setting up today’s program.

  • Andy Eisnaugle is the Director of Financial Education for Atomic Credit Union in Piketon, Ohio. He is a graduate of Jackson High School in 2007 and Ohio University in 2011 where he received his Bachelors in Business Administration.
  • Andy joined the Atomic team in 2014 and has helped expand their Student-Run Credit Union program from 6 schools to now operating 74 schools across southern Ohio. 
  • Westfall is most recent High School and only one in Pickaway County.
  • Atomic Credit Union currently operates the largest Student-Run Program in the country.
  • Student Run Credit Union – teaching students about financial literacy
  • Atomic Credit Union part-time associate goes into schools each week – can make deposits and withdrawals. 
  • Beginning of school year, students apply for a position in working in the school credit union. 5th graders and up can apply as volunteer tellers, member services, bookkeepers, data input.
  • Kids go through interviews and training
  • New accounts is started with $2 from Atomic. 
  • Over 800 student volunteer workers in the 71 branches. Over 14,000 transactions and $128,000 saved this school year.
  • 24 part-time Atomic members oversee the 71 branches
  • 31 school districts involved
  • No cost to the school – Atomic has all of the equipment
  • Three scholarships offered for each school participating from Atomic
  • Atomic won the National award for the Desjardins Youth Financial Education award
  • During summer, students go to the actual Atomic Credit Union branches in their neighborhoods


In appreciation for the speaker today, a donation will be made to the Foster Care Program of Pickaway County through Jobs and Family Services