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SCHERERVILLE │ Local organizations wanting to help individuals enhance their financial skills and create positive banking relationships attended a free “Train the Trainer” workshop Thursday at Northwest Indiana Community Action.
SCHERERVILLE │ An initiative hopes to connect people in Northwest Indiana who are unbanked with mainstream financial services such as affordable checking, savings and financial education opportunities for which they would not otherwise qualify.
Community Reinvestment Act Officer with First Savings Bank of Hegewisch Cherilyn Simmons listens to a presentation at a Bank On Northwest Indiana meeting at NWI Community Action in Crown Point.
People's Bank of Hammond Vice President Manager Sandra Sisler, left, and FDIC Community Affairs Specalist Jenny Dandridge, right, talk at a Bank On Northwest Indiana meeting at NWI Community Action in Crown Point.
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