Sterling Bank opens in Ballinger with donations to local charities

Monday, May 21, 2012

Sterling Bank temporary sign
Photo by Diane Hettrick
To celebrate the opening of its newest branch, located at 20011 Ballinger Way NE, Suite 100, Sterling Bank is giving $5,000 to three local non-profits.

PAWS, Shoreline Arts Council and Hopelink will split the $5,000 based on community voting, which runs through June 14.

Sterling will give $2,500 to the first-place charity, $1,500 to second place and $1,000 to the third-place charity. The results will be announced at the official grand opening celebration June 15. Ballots are available at any of the three area Sterling Bank branches, but must be dropped off at the new Ballinger Way branch.

Community members can learn more about the organizations when they visit the new Ballinger Way branch. The Shoreline Arts Council will be at the branch June 12; Hopelink will be at the branch June 13; and PAWS will visit June 14. Each organization will be there from 11 am to 3 pm on their designated days.

Hours for the branch lobby are 9 am to 5 pm Monday through Thursday, and 9 am to 6 pm on Fridays. The drive through offers extended hours of 9 am to 6 pm Monday through Friday. It can be reached at 425-712-0923.

The location was the former home of the failed Shoreline Bank Ballinger Branch. Sterling has been in this location since December 5 and will be celebrating their formal opening June 15.


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