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Veterans, service members to be honored at Sunflower Bank locations
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SALINA – Sunflower Bank is honoring past, present and future service members and their families at many Sunflower Bank branches from 2-4 p.m. Monday. The public is invited to attend and refreshments will be served.
Area branches include Great Bend at 3600 10th St., and Russell, at 740 Main St.
“We wanted to say thank you to our veterans and families for their sacrifices and service to our country. We also want to spread awareness of the support services the Yellow Ribbon Fund provides these brave and dedicated individuals,” said Mark Grant, Sunflower Bank senior vice president of corporate marketing. “We encourage all service members and their families to join us as well as our customers and communities in providing thanks and demonstrating support.”  
“Our injured service members and their families will be returning to their hometowns for years to come. We’re excited to partner with Sunflower Bank, its customers, and communities to provide them with the network of support that they need and deserve,” said Mark Robbins, the Yellow Ribbon Fund’s executive director.
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Sunflower Bank is a $1.7 billion community bank based in Salina, with other locations throughout Kansas, Colorado, and Missouri.
The Yellow Ribbon Fund fills gaps in services for injured service members and their families, providing free transportation and housing during recovery, plus social events and outings, career and education mentoring, and support for family caregivers. After they return home, YRF’s nationwide network of volunteers continue to offer practical support. Since 2005, 83 cents of every dollar spent has gone to services and programs.