Whether you are a long-time member or a brand new one, our commitment to convenience is one of the ways we deliver on our mission to help improve your financial quality of life. I am pleased to share that we are scheduled to open two new locations in Parker in early 2019 to provide convenient, local access and personal service to the more than 1,700 Ent members who call the Parker community home.
Twenty Mile Service Center
The new Twenty Mile Service Center is located in a storefront at 11280 South Twenty Mile Road, Suite 103, on the southern side of the Target parking lot. In addition to member service, the location features a free coin counter and the ability to instantly issue debit cards. A future drive-up Interactive Teller Machine (ITM) is also planned at this location, which should be available for use this spring. Twenty Mile will be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 9 a.m. to noon on Saturdays.
Cottonwood Service Center
The new Cottonwood Service Center is a freestanding building located by Boondocks and Costco at 18700 Cottonwood Drive. This full service Ent location features self-service safe boxes and two ITMs in the outside drive-up lanes in addition to a free coin counter and the ability to instantly issue debit cards. Cottonwood will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays.
We look forward to serving current members — and welcoming new ones — in the growing Parker community. Area members can anticipate more information in the weeks to come as each location opens and as grand opening celebrations are scheduled. Thank you for your continued membership and the trust you place in Ent.
Steven R. Fuscher
Chairman, Board of Directors
Ent's Youth Endowment Series (YES) grant program provides grants to nonprofit organizations benefitting children and young people in our communities. Agencies serving youth in the counties we serve are invited to apply for a 2019 YES Grant.
Applications must be received by February 15, 2019, for evaluation by a volunteer panel of Ent employees. Grants are awarded based on the organization’s overall benefit to the community, its potential to leverage an Ent grant into additional funding and the level of current community support the organization provides, among other criteria.
For more information, or to apply, visit Ent.com/YesGrants.
Ent employees completed another successful United Way campaign at the end of 2018 raising a record-breaking $264,515 to help those in need in our communities. All funds raised came from voluntary payroll deductions and internal fundraising efforts as well as employee-led fundraising partnerships with area businesses.
Ent has been a strong supporter of United Way for more than 23 years and for the past 11 years our employees have raised more than $100,000 a year!
Ent’s 2018 United Way Campaign Co-Chairs Ron Kimball, VP of Information Security and Lori Velie, Service Area Manager.
5 p.m. Thursday, March 21, 2019 Ent Operations Center Breckenridge Conference Room 7350 Campus Dr., Second Floor Colorado Springs, CO 80920 Attendees can expect a report by Chad Graves, Ent’s Chief Executive Officer and a message by Steven Fuscher, Ent’s Board of Directors Chairman.
Ent employees donated a recordbreaking $3,250 and 37 frozen turkeys during the Take a Turkey to Work Day drive benefitting Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado and Food Bank of the Rockies.
Pictured is Val Cox, Ent's Corporate Lending Document Specialist, with her donation.
Effective February 1, fees for Non-Sufficient Funds and Courtesy Pay transactions will be $30. Annual safe box rental fees for boxes larger than 3˝ x 5˝ are increasing by $5 and safe box replacement keys will cost $10.