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ABA Event Photos

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Following are photos from some of ABA's events. If you need a photo of an event not listed here, please contact Gabrielle James-Johnson.

Teach Children to Save Day

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Treasury Secretary John Snow (center) fields questions from inquisitive 5th grade students during a Teach Children to Save teaching event at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Washington, DC. United States Treasurer Anna Escobedo Cabral (left) and ABA Chairman Betsy Duke (right) also participated.
Seaton Elementary School students learn to identify needs and wants during a Teach Children to Save teaching event in Washington, DC.
Samantha Sagner, personal banker with Mercantile-Safe Deposit & Trust Company, works with pre-Kindergarten students at Fallstaff Elementary in Baltimore.
Henrietta Holsman Fore, director of the U.S. Mint, and Citibank President Alyson Klug teach kindergarten students about saving during National Teach Children to Save Day 2004.

Get Smart About Credit Day

Richard Romero, an employee at First National Bank in Asheboro, North Carolina, helped reach more than 200 middle and high school students with credit education during National Get Smart About Credit Day 2004.
Treasury Deputy Assistant Secretary Dan Iannicola, Jr. joined Roberta (Bobi) Oates of Armed Forces Bank, N.A. on Nellis Air Force Base outside Las Vegas to teach young Airmen how to use credit wisely.


​Questions? Please contact Gabrielle James-Johnson for more information.