Napoleon, In.— he Napoleon State Bank is proud to welcome Steve Huff as a Lender at our Napoleon Location. Mr. Huff is a lifelong resident of Ripley County, a graduate of Jac-Cen-Del High School with a B.A. from Hanover College and certifications from the Indiana Agricultural Lending School. He currently serves as the President of the Board of Directors for the Ripley County Community Foundation and is the Treasurer for the Napoleon Volunteer Fire Department. Steve has 15 years of lending experience and really takes the time to work with customers to tailor specific solutions to their individual needs.“As a locally owned community bank, we are happy to have Steve as a part of our bank family. His strong sense of community, experience and customer centered lending approach is a great fit for The Napoleon State Bank,” said Mark Comer, CEO/President.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.
Liberty Professionals coach George Lamptey was in buoyant mood after his side’s 3-1 thrashing of Kumasi Asante Kotoko.The coach believes his side’s victory was no fluke as his side had the antidote to Kotoko on the day. Lamptey was of the view that the game offered little by way of resistance.“This victory is a cheap one. I have watched Kumasi Asante Kotoko play. In our first round match [against them], they were just lucky,” he told Joy Sports.“Just like I have been telling you, I have taken my three points here.”Lamptey went on to further declare his team as favorites for the league title stating his side were one of the best teams in the country currently.“I know my team, I know my players and their attitude on the pitch. In the corresponding game they played very well.” “We are one of the teams that is prepared to take this year’s league. If you look at my team [and] the way we play, I have been with my boys for three years now but this year we have played very well and are one of the best in the league.”The gaffer is one of the longest serving coaches in the league after spending more than three years with the Dansoman side.Meanwhile…Liberty’s third goal was scored by Alfred Nelson, who has attributed his side’s victory to discipline and hard work.He spoke to Joy Sports: “I believe tactically we were ahead of Kotoko and that is what gave us the victory. Hard work and discipline is the key for Liberty and I believe that is what is paying for us. “Playing against Kotoko alone is enough motivation for us and serves as a morale booster for Liberty who have young players and always look forward to such games.”–
The lotto numbers for this week were 10,17,20,22 and the match 3 winner was Keelan McGill Millside, Fintown. Next weeks jackpot is €2,180. Sellers this week are PJ Gallagher and James Pat McDaid.There will be a HB Ice-cream Funday in the Glenswilly GAA Centre on Sunday the 19th of June @ 11.45am. All proceeds in aid of Down Syndrome Ireland. Anyone with any queries in relation to this event can contact Eamon Ward on 085 7197052.There is salsa and dance exercise classes on every Monday in the hall at 8 15 p.m. Everybody welcome. €5. per night. There is also circuit training on Mondays at 7 00 p.m. €5 per night or €40 for ten weeks.Both teams hosted Naomh Conaill in the championship 1st round 1st leg at the weekend and in front of a large crowd on Sunday our reserves were beat on a scoreline of 0-04 to 0-12, while the seniors got a draw in a tight game which ended up 0-06 to 0-06. The club would like to thank all who helped out on the day with stewarding and making tea etc.EndsGLENSWILLY GAA NOTES was last modified: May 24th, 2011 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)