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The Tobago Committee is appointed for a period of one year by the Board of Directors after the Annual General Meeting. The Committee consists of at least three members.

The Tobago Committee assists the Board of Directors in effectively delivering the services of the Credit Union to members in Tobago.

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The Education Committee is appointed for a period of one year by the Board of Directors after the Annual General Meeting. The Committee consists of at least nine persons who may co-opt other members to serve as may be required.  The Committee is responsible for conducting educational and social programmes for members of the Credit Union.

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The Supervisory Committee is the statutory internal auditor of the Society. It is composed of three officers who are elected at the Annual General Meeting.

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The Credit Committee is responsible for the approval and general supervision of all loans to members. The Committee consists of five officers who are elected at Annual General Meetings. 

You can contact your Credit Committee at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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A board of directors is a body of elected members who jointly oversee the affairs of the Credit Union.  The Board consists of  nine (9) members who are elected to office at Annual General Meetings for three years and two alternate members who serve for one year after the election.  Each year at least three (3) members of the Board are outgoing and are eligible for re-election.

The Executive Committee of the Board is comprised of five officers i.e. the President,  Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary, Assistant Secretary/Treasurer. These positions are held for a period of one year between Annual General Meetings. 

You can contact your Board of Directors at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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The Past President List is required. A little information about tenure would be nice.

Pictures for the PAST PRESIDENTS are also needed!

1 Clarence D. Lashley 1959-1961
2 Louis Woodroofe 1961-1962
3 George Philip 1962-1965
4 Henry Gomez 1965-1967
5 Anthony Rocke 1971-1975
6 Clyde E. C. Parris 1981-1982
7 Kent Villafana 1982-1985
8 Samuel B. Howard  1985-1987, 1988-1989
9 Clarence Bacchus 1987-1988, 1989-1994
10 Fitzroy F. Dyer 1967-1971, 1975-1981, 1994-2000
11 Trevor W. Murray 2000-2005
12 Victoria Harrigin 2005
13 Joshua Spencer 2005-2007
14 Clarence Bacchus 2007  - 2010
15 Lloyd Gellineau 2010  -
     
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The essential working rule of AGRICOLA credit union is democratic ownership: every member has at least one share and one vote in the decision-making process. All members, as a result, are equal owners, regardless of the number of shares they hold individually or the size of their respective deposits in the credit union. Members have the right to seek election to the board of directors as well as credit and supervisory committees.

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Our Vision

To become the premier provider of high quality financial products and services to its members through the promotion of the philosophy and spirit of the cooperative movement

 Our Mission

To provide an opportunity for members and their families to enhance the quality of their lives through financial co-operation, education and social interaction and further to promote by example the philosophy and spirit of the co-operative movement throughout the wider society.
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AGRICOLA Credit Union is an admirable example of people empowering people towards social and economic upliftment.  It is a remarkable institution and has been so for over sixty years as it has provided and continues to provide a medium through which thousands continue to empower themselves towards experiencing a full and abundant life.  

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