Indianapolis-based Salin Bank & Trust Co. has donated its downtown banking center in Marion to Grant County. The gift is valued at nearly $370,000 and the building is expected to become a law enforcement training center. May 7, 2014

News Release

MARION, Ind.—-Family owned and Indiana-based Salin Bank & Trust Company today announced the donation of its Marion Downtown Banking Center Building, valued at $368,000, to Grant County. The county plans to relocate the Andrew R. Benedict Law Enforcement Training Center to the new facility as soon as possible.

Located on the Courthouse Square in downtown Marion, the 17,000-plus-square foot, three-story building is located on the southwest corner of Washington and Third streets.

“We always are pleased to give back to the communities we serve,” says Salin Bank’s President and CEO Bill Salin, II. “This is a win-win for Salin Bank, the City of Marion, Grant County and the community.”

About Salin Bank & Trust Company

Salin Bank & Trust Company is one of Indiana’s largest family owned community banks, with more than $750 million in assets. Salin Bank & Trust Company 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.

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