Salin Gives Building to School

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Indianapolis-based Salin Bank & Trust Co. has donated a vacant banking center to the Southeastern School Corp. The school system plans to use the Walton building as a superintendent's office. September 13, 2013

News Release

WALTON, Ind. - Family-owned and Indiana-based Salin Bank today announced the donation of their Walton Indiana Banking Center Building to the Southeastern School Corporation. The 4,757 square foot building was used as a banking center for the Bank before it was closed earlier this month.

"We are always excited and pleased to give back to the communities we serve," said Salin Bank's President and CEO, Bill Salin, II, "this is a win-win for Salin Bank, the Southeastern School Corporation and the Walton community."

Under the agreement, the Bank plans on leaving the Salin Bank sign which will allow the School Corporation to provide electronic messages to the community. The agreement also provides for the ATM machine to remain in the building which will enable the Bank to continue to provide services to the community.

The Southeastern School Corporation’s School Board approved the deal earlier this week. The School Corporation plans on using the building as an office for their superintendent.

About Salin Bank & Trust Company

Salin Bank and Trust Company is one of Indiana’s largest family-owned community banks, with assets of $800 million. Salin Bank operates 21 banking center locations in 10 Indiana counties serving Columbus, Delphi, Edinburgh, Flora, Fort Wayne, Galveston, Gas City, Kokomo, Lafayette, Logansport, Marion, West Lafayette, Fishers and Indianapolis.

Source: Salin Bank & Trust Co.