Greensburg, IN—The Napoleon State Bank officially opened its second Greensburg location on the corner of Lincoln Street and Fourth Street Wednesday after their ribbon cutting ceremony. The Grand Opening celebrations will take place through June 22nd, including free Kona Ice snow cones today from 1-5pm.The public is invited to stop in and register for door prizes valued at more than $1,500, meet the staff, and take home a complimentary goodie bag. “We are excited to extend our services in the Greensburg area and offer a convenient location for residents and businesses,” Kathy Kelso, Westridge and Lincoln Street Branch Manager said. “Everyone is encouraged to stop in and say hello.” The Napoleon State Bank Lincoln Street location began when the bank purchased the property in September 2017, and groundbreaking began in October 2018. The new building was designed by K4 Architecture, LLC and Bruns-Gutzwiller Inc. was the general contractor. The bank will have 7 Full-time staff serving at this location, including a Lender. “We are excited to open our second location in Greensburg on Lincoln Street. This branch will offer more conveniences to customers in a different part of town and will be an extension of our branch on Westridge Parkway,” said Mark Comer, CEO/President. “This is an exciting time in our 116-year history as a locally owned bank. We appreciate our staff, contractors and architects that have made this branch a reality.”The Napoleon State Bank has been locally owned since 1903 and serves the Ripley and Decatur counties of Southeastern Indiana with six locations in Napoleon, Holton, Osgood, Greensburg, and Westport. The mission of Page 2 The Napoleon State Bank is to remain a locally owned financial institution, dedicated to providing a broad range of services to our customers and communities, through a friendly, trained, qualified staff that provides unsurpassed personal service to our customers. The Napoleon State Bank has a total of 81 full and part-time employees. Member FDIC & Equal Housing Lender.
NTF president Ifedayo Akindoju expressed delight at the performance of Nigerians at the two week tourney pledging support for development of junior players in the country.Quadre, Nigeria’s No. 1 junior player, outclassed her compatriot adding the J5 Abuja title to the Megrine and Cotonou titles, she won in April and September, respectively.US-based Edwards, who claimed the first leg title last week, came into Sunday’s final on a 7-match winning streak, but was overwhelmed by her Morocco-based compatriot, who dictated proceedings all throughWhile Quadre’s victory over Edwards was quick and efficient, Mohammed who was the vanquished in the final of the first week losing to Canice Abua, had to dig deep to beat the tournament’s top seed, Abayomi Philips, 6-4, 6-7(3), 6-2 and claim the boys singles title – his first title-triumph on the ITF Junior Circuit.He thus denied Philips a second iTF title of the season following the youngster’s success in Benin in September.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Barakat Oyinlomo Quadre Oyinlomo Quadre claimed her 3rd ITF Junior title of the season, with a sublime display to beat 2nd seed, Marylove Edwards 6-1 6-0, in the second leg of the NTF International Junior Championships in Abuja.The boy’s final which was also an all-Nigerian affair, saw Musa Mohammed edged top seed Abayomi Philips in a thrilling contest with scores at 6-4, 6-7(4), 6-2.