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Silver Addy Award goes to C&S Creative, Social Security checks will change to direct deposit, Smith’s stores donate $9 million

C&S CREATIVE WINS ADDY

According to a press release, C&S Creative was awarded the Silver Addy Award for creative excellence for their work on the Stein Eriksen Lodge brochure. The award was presented at the Utah Advertising Federation’s 2011 ADDY Gala, showcasing the best of 2010. The gala was held on March 3 at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts and brought together designers, copywriters and media professionals from across the state.

SOCIAL SECURITY CHECKS ARE NO LONGER IN PAPER FORM

According to a press release, The U.S. Department of the Treasury is retiring the paper Social Security check for millions of baby boomers and others applying for federal benefits, a move that will save taxpayers $1 billion over the next 10 years. The change was made on May 1 and anyone newly applying for Social Security, Veterans Affairs or other federal benefits will need to choose an electronic payment method paper checks are no longer an option. People currently receiving their federal benefits by paper check must switch to direct deposit by March 1, 2013.

SMITH’S DONATES MORE THAN $9 MILLION

Smith’s Food & Drug Stores has released its 2010 Report highlighting donations of $9 million of cash and products to more than 2,150 non-profit organizations in seven western states, including Utah. The total includes $4.2 million contributed to schools and charities in Utah. Smith’s charitable giving program known as "Neighbor to Neighbor" provided average donations of nearly $68,000 per store location throughout Smith’s operating area. The support includes contributions from the Kroger Foundation (Smith’s parent company), suppliers, associates and customers through in-store fundraising promotions.


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