Home Trust Bank Pledges $50,000
(Reidsville, N.C.) The City of Reidsville and Aging, Disability & Transit Services of Rockingham County are pleased to announce Home Trust Bank has committed $50,000 to support the Bridge To A Golden Future Campaign for the new Senior Center/Adult Day Services facility in Reidsville.
The City of Reidsville and ADTS are partners in this new facility that will serve older adults throughout the aging process. The new center, called The Depot – Rockingham County’s Destination for Active Aging will house Reidsville’s Senior Center and ADTS’s signature programs: Meals With Friends – Congregate Nutrition, Reidsville’s Meals On Wheels pick-up site, and the L.E.A.F. (Life Enrichment and Friendship) Center - adult day services program.
Currently under construction, The Depot - a 25,000 sq. ft. building – is located at 102 Washington Ave. and is scheduled to open in late summer.
Home Trust Bank Board Members, Reidsville City Officials and ADTS Staff gathered at The Depot this week for the check presentation.
Jonathan Jobe, Senior Vice President/Regional President, noted, “Home Trust Bank remains committed to improving the health and human services in all the markets we serve. This particular investment will enhance the quality of life for both older adults and their families in Reidsville and Rockingham County.”
“We are elated that Home Trust Bank has chosen to support services to older adults and their families across Rockingham County” said Cathy Powers, ADTS Executive Director. “This generous contribution represents an investment in our neighbors and will help us to build a stronger community moving forward.” Reidsville Mayor Jay Donecker added “The Depot will be an important economic catalyst for Reidsville and Rockingham County. As the first of its kind facility in North Carolina, we are grateful and proud that Home Trust Bank has joined us in showcasing the great things our community has to offer.”
Check Presentation video link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZFyb_7xTNyY