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In Partnership With Keller Williams And A Local Insurance Agent

August 10th - 6 P.M.
at KW Preferred Realty
1845 Miner Street
Idaho Springs, CO 80452

Interested in buying a home but not sure where to start? Join us for snacks and conversation about what you can do to start making your dream home a reality. We will have home buying experts to talk from the financial, realty, and the insurance side to give you a better understanding of what it means to buy a home.


 Don't Grow Yourself Broke - The 3 Biggest Small Business Mistakes

August 25th from 12 P.M. to 1 P.M
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So, you’ve found the perfect combination of ingredients to make the unforgettable brew that keeps people coming back -- but what happens when that’s not enough? Join On Tap’s own Director of Business Development Michael Shepherd to help you understand the three biggest mistakes that small business owners make and how to avoid them. Let us help you make sure your profits are as good as what’s on tap!


Wednesday, August 31st - 4:30 P.M. to 5:30 PM
Meet At: Golden Branch - 816 Washington Avenue, Golden, CO 80401
Walk Together To: Mountain Toad Brewing - 900 Washington Avenue, Golden, CO 80401


August's Book
Everything I Never Told You
by Celeste Ng


Join us at our Golden branch on the last Wednesday of each month where we will head across the street together to Mountain Toad Brewing to grab a drink and discuss what we read. Bring a friend and let us know what you thought!

Congratulations To Our 2022 Scholarship Winners

Join us in celebrating our two 2022 On Tap Credit Union Scholarship winners, Alexandria Eke and William Wheaton, for their dedication to advocacy within their communities. We are extremely proud to recognize these extraordinary individuals and help them pursue their goals. 

Eke and Wheaton have both dedicated numerous hours to volunteering within their communities and making a positive impact by advocating through the application of thoughtful technology. Each are looking to pursue their goals in STEM fields so that they may continue to enhance the world around them by crafting meaningful and practical solutions to address the problems of others. In each of their essays, there was a common theme around the importance of combining initiative and ingenuity in order to make waves of impact.
“The credit union strives to help shape a bright financial future for young adults, and scholarships are awarded to members of the credit union and community who demonstrate a caring spirit and appreciation for others,” said On Tap Credit Union President and CEO, Tracie Wilcox. “The high caliber of all the applicants this year made the selection process difficult, but the achievements of our selected winners are exemplary.”

Keep up the great work as you continue your academic careers, Alexandria and William! 



Listen and Learn

We visited our friends at Welcome Home Brewery to discuss the heated housing market and what steps first-time homebuyers can do to ensure a smooth buying process.

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