On Saturday, April 5th, Marcus Payne, Branch Manager in Huntsville, and his staff, participated in and sponsored the Pregnancy Care Center’s “Walk for Life”, which raised over $8,000. The Pregnancy Care Center is a non-profit ministry devoted to providing emotional support and personal concern during pregnancy and beyond.
Larry Turner (right), Trust Officer at Citizens National Bank in downtown Corsicana, stands beside fellow Rotarian and State Representative, Byron Cook, at the Corsicana Rotary Club Chilifest event at the Cook Center on Tuesday election day serving real home-made Texas Chili. Larry served as the chief cook. The event was a very successful fundraiser for the Rotary Club. They cooked and served 240 pounds of chili. Larry said, “There may have been some flushed faces and tearing, but no one had to be transported by EMS.”
Photo courtesy of the Corsicana Daily Sun.
Employees of Citizens National Bank and CFG Insurance were honored to attend the 40th Anniversary Banquet for the Meals on Wheels Ministry today. CNB’s Cumberland Branch in Tyler was recognized for being a silver sponsor.
Those in attendance from L to R were: Judith Robinson, Patty Best, Priscilla Roberson, Phillip Smith and Matt Trevino. Citizens National Bank is proud to serve our community.
Former Dallas Cowboy, and all time great, Drew Pearson #88, was on hand at Citizens National Bank in downtown Longview at 200 N. Fredonia on Wednesday, September 11th, to help celebrate the branch’s grand opening week by signing autographs for welcoming fans. Fans stood in line for several hours to meet the Hail Mary, Cowboy Ring of Honor inductee and Superbowl champ.
On Tues., May 28th, both the Tyler Grande and Market Square branches sponsored the 60th Anniversary Ribbon Cutting at the Tyler Area Builders Association. Citizens National Bank is proud to be a part of the Tyler community and a partner with the Tyler Area Builders Association.
Pictured L to R are: Sheila Dixon, Phil Smith, Jesus Vera, Sandra Browning and Brenda Hall.
Citizens National Bank, CFG Insurance and CFG Investments has been hard at work the last month, raising $6,954 for Rusk County’s Relay for Life! This amount pushed them to Third Place in donations raised thus far in Rusk County! Thank you to all the employees who helped make this event a success or came out to walk. WAY TO GO TEAM! Pictured are L to R: Krista LeBow, Julie McElroy, Cecilia Besson, Michael Moores, Shea Vestal.
Charla Hendrix, Chandler Branch Manager, was presented the Community Connection Award on Wed., April 10th at the Athens Chamber of Commerce luncheon. Charla has spent over 15 years on the Henderson County Fair Board, over 20 years assisting with the Livestock Show in Athens and some 15 years with the PCRA Rodeo in Athens. This was a true honor and she took a standing ovation from the audience. Charla is a great example of the servitude that a CNB employee represents in their community. Congratulations Charla!
Sue Plummer was recently named the Henderson Chamber Ambassador of the Year for 2012. The Ambassador of the Year is earned on a point system and out of 30 ambassadors, Sue had the highest number of points. Points are earned by attending Chamber functions, such as ribbon cuttings, special events and by recruiting new Chamber members. As part of the honor, Sue will receive a plaque and a certificate of congratulations from the Texas House of Representatives. Way to go Sue! We are very proud of you!
An “Invention Convention” was held at The Brook Hill School recently in Bullard. Third grade students had the opportunity to share with parents and teachers about the inventor that they researched and the invention that they created by looking for problems to solve in their own homes. CNB’s Beth Parsons and Claire McNabb were on hand to hand out treasure chests to students that were made by the Grande branch teller staff. Branch Manager Sheila Dixon said it is a very worthwhile event that Citizens was invited back to this year and she thanked Susan Boles, Nereyda Valle and Andres Diaz for their hard work on the chests. (photo courtesy of tylerpaper.com)