first_imgWestport, In. — The Westport location of the Napoleon State Bank at the corner of State Road 3 and Underwood Drive has officially opened and celebrations are planned all week.The public is invited to stop in and register for door prizes valued at more than $2,800, meet the staff, and take home a complimentary goodie bag. “We would love to meet the residents of Westport,” Becky Tichenor, Westport Assistant Branch Manager said. “Everyone is encouraged to stop in and say hello.”It has been a year-long process to get the Napoleon State Bank Westport location ready for business. The bank purchased the building and property in March 2018, and then the car wash next to it soon after. The car wash was torn down to allow for a more seamless drive-thru, and the interior of the building was completely remodeled.“From the beginning, the Westport community has been very welcoming and we are excited to be a vital part of this community,” said Mark Comer, CEO/President. “We are happy to be serving the residents of Westport and the surrounding areas, and growing our locally owned community bank.”The Napoleon State Bank has been locally owned since 1903 and serves the Ripley and Decatur counties of Southeastern Indiana with locations in Napoleon, Holton, Osgood, and Greensburg. The mission of 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 74 full and part-time employees. Member FDIC & Equal Housing Lender.last_img read more

first_img… 12 Georgetown teams to vie for top spot THE Petra organisation yesterday joined hands with Top Brandz Distributors under their Corona Beer brand for the inaugural Corona Invitational football tournament set to begin next Friday.The tournament will feature the 12 top teams in the Georgetown region, as they vie for $1M in cash and prizesCo-Director of the organising body Petra, Troy Mendonca, was enthused to have the support of the company for this tournament, saying, “Top Brandz with their Corona brand has come in an integral time to the sport.”He noted that the company is fulfilling its corporate social responsibility. He explained that the tournament will take a round-robin knock-out format where the top four teams in the two groups of six will advance.The tournament was initially set to kick-off on June 30 but, according to Mendonca, the inclement weather caused the delay. The tentative date is now July 7 with the conclusion being possibly September 9..Meanwhile, as part of their promotion, free admission has been added for the first game day and it will continue to be the same for women only, throughout the duration of the tournament.Top Brandz Sales and Marketing Manager Pratima Prashnajeet explained that the beer is promoting its new slogan, “This is living” with Brand Ambassador Jean-Paul Bonse saying that the company is there to promote the community teamsAlso present was Georgetown Football Association (GFA) First vice-president Aaron who had high praise for the Petra organization, adding that they will continue to develop the sport locally.Guyana Football Federation (GFF) president Wayne Forde stated that the body continues to laud associations like Petra, whose mandate falls in line with the federation’s development pathway.The tournament will feature Guyana Police Force FC, Camptown FC, Santos FC, Pele FC, Georgetown Football Club, Beacons FC, Northern Rangers, Western Tigers, Riddim Squad, Flamingo FC, Black Pearl and East Ville FC.Games have been set for Sunday and Friday at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) ground Bourda and Tucville.last_img read more