Be sure to stop by our Tyler branch at 2217 W Grande Blvd for treats and refreshments. The branch hours today are from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm.
We hope to see you there!
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.
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.
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)
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.