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Hickory Point Bank plans to start construction soon on a new branch in the South Shores area in Decatur, replacing its location at 398 W. 1st Drive.

The new branch will be located on the southeast corner of Southland Drive and U.S. 51. The work is set to be completed in about six months. The 1st Drive location will serve customers in the meantime, the bank said.

“It is exciting to build a new branch that will combine innovative technology with the personal touch that represents the best in service for customers,” said Anthony G. Nestler, President and Chief Executive Officer. “And, by choosing to invest in a permanent and convenient location, we are affirming our dedication to customers in the South Shores area, and to the greater Decatur community.”

The new branch include a drive-through and ATM machine. Hickory Point has four additional locations in the Decatur area:

  • Downtown, 225 N Water Street;
  • Mount Zion, 1880 South Mt. Zion Road;
  • Forsyth, 1401 West Hickory Point Drive;
  • For ADM employees, 4666 Faries Parkway.

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PopLocal, a pop-up arts store, is hosting a free community event for the Kindness Rocks Project on Sunday, Sept. 10, according to the store's Facebook page.

The event will be held from noon to 4 p.m. at the main pavilion in Fairview Park and is open to all ages.

The Kindness Rocks Project's website describes the initiative as a way to promote random acts of kindness by asking people to decorate colorful rocks with inspirational messages, and then place them in random locations within their communities for others to find.

Attendees of the PopLocal event are asked to bring their own rock, while art supplies will be provided by the store. Donations for the Kindness Rocks Project will be accepted throughout the event.

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