Tyler’s Bras for the Cause Benefit a Success!

Tyler Grande Branch Manager Sheila Dixon and Vice President/Lender Sandra Browning co-chaired the event “Bras for the Cause” that took place recently in Tyler at Hollytree Country Club.  Sheriff J. B. Smith served as auctioneer and some local fireman modeled the “bras for the cause”.  The event raised over $32,000 for the Susan G. Komen Foundation, American Cancer Society and Women’s Council of Realtors.  Sheila Dixon said, “It was a lot of hard work, but a lot of fun and we raised a great amount of money for such a worthy cause.”   CNB is very proud of these ladies and all the employees who volunteered and attended this event!

Tyler Grande Team Wins TABA Clay Shoot

CNB’s Tyler Grande branch participated in a clay shoot on Oct. 4, 2012 at Rose City Flying Clays, Tyler, Texas to benefit Tyler Area Builders Association.     CNB Grande team won with a 421 score.  Mark Dixon won high over all with a score of 96.    CNB had two teams in the tournament, Phil Smith and Terry Tyson manned the other team.  Pictured is Sheila Dixon’s winning team!  Pictured L to R are:  Kerry Hamblett, Barry Hamblett, Mark Dixon, Sheila Dixon, James Wilson and Ken Dietz.

Ribbon Cutting Scheduled for Downtown Longview Convenience Center

A ribbon cutting with the Longview Partnership Chamber of Commerce has been scheduled for the new Downtown Longview Convenience Center and Drive Thru at 201 N. Green Street on Wed., November 7th at 11:00 a.m.   Jackie Moseley will serve as the Branch Manager with Orlando Valle as the new Assistant Manager.

Refreshments will be served at the convenience center following the ribbon cutting.

October Employee of the Month

Congratulations to Trassie Clampitt, who was selected as CNB’s Employee of the Month for October!  She will receive a $50 gift card to the local retail store or restaurant of her choice, and will be recognized by President Brad Tidwell on the next all-employee conference call.  Trassie serves in our Deposit Operations department at the main bank in Henderson.  Some of the things Trassie’s nominator said were, “Trassie always goes the mile.  Even when her husband had his accident, you might find her here at 6:00 in the morning doing her work…”,  “very instrumental…”, “She works hard to protect the bank from losses due to debit card fraud…”, “always willing to take on additional jobs…”.