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Servus Circle Day, coming to a community near you!  

On June 20, 2017, we will be celebrating the second annual Servus Circle Day. Servus employees across the province will be kicking off the summer by hosting events and activities in their communities. Servus Circle Day is about being with our friends and neighbours across Alberta. That’s part of our credit union values and part of what the Servus Circle represents. We're members of our communities and we share with our members. Come out and kick off the summer you've been saving for!

Our head office, located in South Edmonton Common, will be attempting to break the Guinness World Record for the World's Largest Human Currency Symbol on Servus Circle Day! Check out the event invitation – we need 2,000 people to break the record. We'll have games, freebies, caricature artist and the chance to win one of two awesome BBQ prize packages! CTV's Josh Classen is the emcee for the event. He'll not only be part of the record attempt he'll also be broadcasting the weather live! To sweeten the deal, the first 500 people to arrive will receive $10 in free food truck bucks. Join in the circle – and dollar sign!

Sharing stories from your community

We'll have photographers across Alberta capturing Circle Day pictures. With over 100 branches putting on unique activities, there will be many moments to be snapped!

Check out our branch activities

Activities list

View the Servus Circle Day photos from across the province

All the event photos on Instagram

Servus Alberta Instagram Page

What’s happening near you?

Find out on our Facebook events page

Servus Circle Day Event Page

Follow all the Servus Circle Day action

Real time updates on our Facebook timeline

Servus Facebook Page

Tweet it out!

Get a quick summary of Servus Circle Day activity across the province

Servus Twitter Page

#ServusCircleDay Search

There’ll be more pictures and stories here on the Servus Circle Day page so check back to find the snapshots from your community event.