Plymouth, IN – 1st Source Bank has donated $30,000 toward a new Intergenerational Living and Learning Center on the campus of the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ Ministry Center near Plymouth. The Center will be a place where people of all ages can interact, share, learn and grow together.
The Intergenerational Living and Learning Center will include the Ancilla College Commons, a common gathering place for students, faculty, staff, residents and visitors; as well as the Catherine Kasper Assisted Living Pavilion, a facility for mature residents who require modest physical assistance in their day-to-day lives.
Connie Lemler, 1st Source Regional President, presented the donation to Dr. Ronald May, President of Ancilla College. Joining them were Danny Conroy, 1st Source Regional Sales Manager, Rene Burton and Brad Bucher, both 1st Source Business Relationship Managers, Sister Shirley Bell, PHJC, Director of Maria Center and Terry Sanders, Executive Director of the PHJC Foundation.
“1st Source is a strong supporter of Ancilla College and we’re pleased to help out with this project,” said Lemler. “The Center will benefit not just students and faculty, but will help those in our community who need assisted living services.”
“We are so pleased with the decision by 1st Source Bank to support our vision for the future with this gift,” said May. “The College has enjoyed a solid partnership with 1st Source for several years and we look forward to seeing this project come to fruition.”
1st Source Corporation, parent company of 1st Source Bank, has assets of $4.49 billion and is the largest locally controlled financial institution headquartered in the northern Indiana-southwestern Michigan area. The Corporation includes 75 banking centers in 17 counties, 23 1st Source Bank Specialty Finance Group locations nationwide, nine Trust and Wealth Management locations and nine 1st Source Insurance offices.
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