The more than 3,752-square-foot building is located at 401 N. Michigan Road in Burlington and was used as a banking center before it was closed last year.
“We are always excited and pleased to give back to the communities we serve,” Salin Bank President and CEO Bill Salin II said.
“Burlington is a wonderful community,” said James P. Alender, president and CEO of Community Howard Regional Health. “The donation of the Salin building allows us the opportunity to open a primary care physician office here and bring high quality care to the families who live and work in Burlington. Renovations are expected to begin later this year.”
Under the agreement, the Bank plans on leaving the Salin Bank sign and ATM, which will enable the bank to continue to provide services to the community.
Salin Bank and Trust Company is one of Indiana’s largest family-owned community banks, with more than $750 million in assets. 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.
Rokita lookingfor interested firms
Congressman Todd Rokita is in the process of recruiting employers for a job fair which will be from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Feb. 7 in the Ivy Tech Kokomo Event Center, 1501 N. Reed Road. There are no fees associated with participation or admission. Tables and chairs will be provided for each business booth. If your business has a trade show booth, you are encouraged to bring it. Power supply will be made available on request.
You can register online at Rokita.house.gov/career-fair-employers if you would like to reserve your spot for the 2014 Rokita Career Fair. You can also email RokitaCareerFair@mail.house.gov or call 317-718-0404.
Harris Bankreleases poll
Hoosier business owners are optimistic about the success of their businesses in the coming year, according to a news release from BMO Harris Bank. Ninety-seven percent of Hoosier business owners surveyed feel their business will either grow or stay at the same level in 2014. Their outlook on the state economy as a whole is also positive, but their outlook on the U.S. economy is mixed.