Citizens National Bank Blog

Community Minded, Customer Focused

Citizens National Bank Blog - Community Minded, Customer Focused

Stars Over Longview

Longview Regional Medical Center recently hosted their annual “Stars Over Longview” event at Maude Cobb Convention & Activity Center.  Stars Over Longview recognizes 12 ladies from the Longview community who have made a significant difference in the lives of others.  Spotted at the event by KLTV were Longview employees, Tamara Stoker, Amanda Traywick and Jackie Moseley.  (Photo Courtesy of www.kltv.com)

Employee Retires After 45 Years in Banking

Citizens National Bank employee, Darlene Davis retired in late December after 45 years in banking.  Darlene worked as a teller in Downtown Henderson and will be missed.  The bank is hosting a Retirement Reception in her honor on Friday, January 11th from 2-4 p.m., come and go.  All of her friends, family and former customers are invited to drop in and wish her a Happy Retirement.  Best wishes Darlene!

Lakeport Branch Donates to Mission

CNB’s Lakeport, Longview 4th Street and Downtown Convenience Center pooled their “jean” money ($2 collected each Friday for wearing jeans to work) and and donated 80 Christmas gifts to the Hiway 80 Rescue Mission.  They found out through the local newspaper that the mission was short on gifts for the teenagers. So the branches went in together  and donated over $430 worth of gifts.  What a great way to give back and serve our community!

Making a Joyful Noise

The week of December 17th, carolers from Wylie Elementary and First Baptist Church, both of Henderson, came to sing at the main bank in downtown Henderson.  Seeing all the little smiling faces singing with joyful hearts was such a pleasure to experience during this wonderful Christmas season.  After each group finished, they were presented with a tray of Christmas sugar cookies for their class, courtesy of Citizens National Bank!

Spring Hill Branch Plays Santa

The ladies of CNB’s Spring Hill branch used their their “jean” money that is collected each Friday, plus a little more, to help a local needy family with Christmas.  The family was very surprised, as they didn’t expect or ask for any help.  The family had quite a few children, so each employee “adopted” one of the children and bought Christmas for them.  The employees were also able to give the family a $135.00 gift card.  Branch Manager, Kim Graham said, “I am so proud of the teamwork here at Spring Hill, they made this family so happy.”  We at CNB couldn’t agree more!

Chandler Employee Coordinates “Operation Christmas Child” for Branch

Cortney Ruble, a part time teller at the CNB Chandler branch, (as well as a full time student) has headed up the contributions to Operation Christmas Child.  This year, the Chandler branch doubled its efforts from last year by donating 12 boxes.  Operation Christmas Child gives shoe boxes filled with gifts to needy children around the world and helps in leading them to Jesus Christ.  The program is operated by Samaritan’s Purse, a non-denominational, evangelical Christian outreach program.  If you would like more information on how you can donate, visit www.samaritanspurse.org. Thank you Cortney for your hard work in coordinating this!

New Location in Downtown Longview, TX!

Come by our newest location in downtown Longview on Methvin and Green Streets and you could win a shopping spree!

Register November 5 – 17 at our new convenience center and drive-thru in downtown Longview. One grand prize winner will win ten $100 gift certificates from locally owned businesses.

It’s all to celebrate our expansion into downtown Longview.

201 N. Green St.
Longview, TX 75601
903-234-1055

Convenience Center Downtown Longview, TX

Convenience Center Downtown Longview, TX

 

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!

css.php
Disclaimer

By clicking on the Continue link below, you will be leaving the Citizens National Bank website and linking to an alternate website not operated by the bank. The bank is not responsible for and has no control over the subject matter, content, information or graphics associated with links attached to this site.  

cancelcontinue
×
Disclaimer

By clicking on the Continue link below, you will be leaving the Citizens National Bank website and linking to an alternate website not operated by the bank. The bank is not responsible for and has no control over the subject matter, content, information or graphics associated with links attached to this site.

cancelcontinue
×
Disclaimer

By clicking on the Continue link below, you will be leaving the Citizens National Bank website and linking to an alternate website not operated by the bank. The bank is not responsible for and has no control over the subject matter, content, information or graphics associated with links attached to this site.

cancelcontinue
×
Disclaimer

By clicking on the Continue link below, you will be leaving the Citizens National Bank website and linking to an alternate website not operated by the bank. The bank is not responsible for and has no control over the subject matter, content, information or graphics associated with links attached to this site.

cancelcontinue
×
Disclaimer

By clicking on the Continue link below, you will be leaving the Citizens National Bank website and linking to an alternate website not operated by the bank. The bank is not responsible for and has no control over the subject matter, content, information or graphics associated with links attached to this site.

cancelcontinue
×