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Andrews FCU Helps to Provide 8,000 Sweet Treats for Airmen

Andrews Federal Credit Union recently worked with local business and community partners to support the Joint Base Andrews Spouses Cookie Caper. This program was spearheaded by Penny Randolph, spouse of 316th Commander Col. Todd Randolph, and provided 8,000 cookies to airmen and their families as a holiday season treat. 

The event was designed to provide military service members an extra reminder of home around the holidays, as they have the opportunity to enjoy homemade cookies and treats – and a taste of home – during the holidays.

According to Andrews Federal Community Engagement Director Rosalind Bishop, participating in the Cookie Caper allowed the credit union team to connect with the local JB Andrews community. “The holidays can be a hard time for military service members – especially those who might be away from home for the first time,” Bishop said. “Through the Cookie Caper, we were able to show support both to the Joint Base Andrews Spouses group and to the service members who received the treats. We want them to know Andrews Federal is here to support them through all stages of their life and to provide resources that enhance their lives, whether it’s through a financial education program or through the simple, heartfelt gift of freshly baked cookies.”

The cookies were distributed to airmen throughout the area and even made their way to the Pentagon, and Andrews Federal also provided meals for the volunteers supporting the Cookie Caper event.

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