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Indian Trust Bank reopens, after remodeling, at ACHS

Bank cashes checks, makes small, $1 to $2 loans for lunches, personal uses. It's sponsor is Mrs. Rainwater.
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By Shamarie Claiborne
News from Adair County High School

The Adair County High School is proud to announce the reopening of the Indian Trust Bank. Over the past few months the Indian Trust Bank has been closed due to remodeling. Today, Wednesday, January 15, 2013, the doors opened on the wonderful new structure located in the Adair County High School Cafeteria.


The students are very proud of all the work the Ag Department has done and were very excited about the ribbon cutting.

The new and improved Indian Trust Bank will offer check cashing services to all staff, savings accounts for students and staff, and small lunch/personal loans for students ($1.00 to $2.00 dollars). The Indian Trust Bank is open 8amCT to after lunch each day.

Ms. Rainwater the sponsor of the Indian Trust Bank wants to give a shout out to the Ag Department for all their hard work in completing the new bank, as well as, to their community partner, Community Trust Bank, without whose help the Indian Trust Bank would not exist. - Shamarie Claiborne, Media Publicity Coordinator, Adair County School District


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Ribbon cutting at Indian Trust Bank



2014-01-15 - ACHS, 526 Indian Drive, Columbia KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne, Adair Co. School District photo. School officials and visiting dignitary, LeeAnn Collins - Indian Trust Bank sponsor Loretta Rainwater, ACHS Principal Troy Young, Community Trust Bank Branch Manager LeeAnn Collins, and Community Trust Bank Senior Customer Representative Tina Parson were all honored to be present today while Garrett Fausugh cut the ribbon symbolizing the opening of the remodeled Indian Trust Bank. The ACHS Ag Department has worked hard to complete the project and the students could not be prouder of their new bank. - Shamarie Claiborne, Media Publicity Coordinator, Adair County School District
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Student employees of Indian Trust Bank



2014-01-15 - ACHS, 526 Indian Drive, Columbia KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne, Adair Co. School District photo.
Other student employees of Indian Trust Bank
shown are: Brooklyn Bardin, Tiffany Cabrera, Kritina Cooper, Haley Cromwell, Garrett Fausaugh, Trenton Hadley, Ashtin Hancock, Desiree Jeffries, James Morrison, Bobbie Offill, Christian Owens, Alexis Robinson, Noah Thomas, Zachary Estes, and Ellen Hodge. - Shamarie Claiborne, Media Publicity Coordinator, Adair County School District

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Getting ready to open the bank doors



2014-01-15 - ACHS, 526 Indian Drive, Columbia KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne, Adair Co. School District photo. Tina Parson helps student employees Garrett Fausugh and Ashtin Hancock get ready to open the doors of the newly remodeled Indian Trust Bank at Adair County High School.
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