New credit union CEO
Patricia Sarne has been named the new president and CEO of San Antonio Citizens Federal Credit Union (SAFCU), according to a news release. The new leader, who succeeds Tim Baldwin, is a familiar face at the credit union. She joined its staff in April 1994. She holds a degree from the University of Maryland and is an alumni of the Southeastern CUNA Management School. She has held diverse roles during her tenure at the credit union. In passing the leadership baton, Baldwin praised the credit union board’s decision. “I know Patty will carry on the commitment of service to our members and our community, and that the credit union could not possibly be in better hands with her leadership and the entire SAFCU team,” Baldwin said, in the release.
Women-n-Charge will meet on June 19 from 11:15 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., at Plantation Palms Golf Club, 23253 Plantation Palms Blvd., in Land O’ Lakes. The meeting includes lunch and the group will award its four $1,500 grants to women-owned businesses. For more information or to RVSP, call (813) 600-9848, or email .
Vinyl records and CDs
Rocket Records and CDs has opened at 21316 Coakley Lane in Land O’ Lakes. It has a selection of new and used vinyl, including Rock and Country. It also sells turntables, tin signs, vintage beer mirrors, incense, collectibles and other items. For more information email .
Saint Leo offers free webinar
Saint Leo University is offering a free, four-part webinar series to help businesses recover from COVID-19. The courses begin on June 20. They are designed for business owners, managers, and others who need expert advice and insight to restart, reposition, or reimagine their organization. Saint Leo University faculty, members of the Tampa Turnaround Management Association and other regional industry experts will provide operational, financial, human capital, and strategy guidance for small businesses at no cost.
Register at SaintLeo.edu/business-events. For more information, email .
Deadline for new PPP loans
If you haven’t applied for a Paycheck Protection Program loan and you’re interested in doing so, you have until June 30. The program is intended to help small businesses that have suffered from the impacts of COVID-19 by providing loans that can be forgiven, if certain conditions are met. For more information, visit SBA.gov/southflorida.
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