Pictured (L to R) are Sondrea Berelli, chief financial officer, Grace Village; Nate Conley, vice president, commercial banking officer, Lake City Bank; Justin Kimbrell, chief executive officer, Grace Village; and David Findlay, president and CEO, Lake City Bank. Photo provided.
Pictured (L to R) are Sondrea Berelli, chief financial officer, Grace Village; Nate Conley, vice president, commercial banking officer, Lake City Bank; Justin Kimbrell, chief executive officer, Grace Village; and David Findlay, president and CEO, Lake City Bank. Photo provided.
Lake City Bank joined Grace Village Retirement Community for their Giving Tuesday campaign earlier this month by matching donations up to $2,500.

In total, Grace Village raised $9,700.

The funds will help offset the costs related to COVID-19 such as biweekly testing for staff, weekly testing for residents and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for staff, including N95 masks, face shields, goggles and gowns.

Grace Village Retirement Community is in year 46 of caring for seniors and is the only not-for-profit nursing care facility in Kosciusko County. Lake City Bank continually supports Grace Village through the branch located within the facility.

Lake City Bank, a $5.6 billion bank headquartered in Warsaw, is the sixth largest bank headquartered in the state, and the largest bank 100% invested in Indiana. Lake City Bank operates 50 branch offices in northern and central Indiana, delivering technology-driven solutions in a client-centric way to individuals and businesses. The bank is the single bank subsidiary of Lakeland Financial Corporation. For more information visit lakecitybank.com.