Press Releases

Wilson County Teacher of the Year

Organizers of the annual Wilson County Teacher of the Year program have announced the nominees for the 2011 Wilson County Teacher of the Year. The winner will be honored at the 13th Annual Teacher of the Year banquet and ceremony on Friday, April 15, 2011 in Baird Chapel on the campus of Cumberland University.


Looking Back at 2010…A Year of Community and Commitment

Another year has come and gone and with it bank employees, directors and officers continued to stay involved in community events as well as engaging new customers with our commitment to providing simple banking, simply better.

CedarStone Bank is approaching seven years of community banking and 2010 proved to be the bank’s best year yet in terms of earnings as well as an outstanding year of participation in community events.

Here is a brief recap of the year 2010 in terms of our bank being focused on commitment to our communities…


Joint Flu Clinic Release - Summit and CedarStone Bank

CedarStone Bank and Summit Medical Center are teaming up to offer Flu Clinics on three consecutive Fridays in October at the bank’s three locations.

Arriving in time for the upcoming flu season, nurses and staff from Summit Convenient Care at Lebanon and Summit Walk-In Clinic will be on-site offering flu shots to area senior adults from 1 - 3 p.m. on Friday, October 15 at the Lebanon Main Office, 1 - 3 p.m. on Friday, October 22 at the Mt. Juliet Office and on Friday, October 29 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the CedarStone Bank Donelson office.


DH Dash

Runners, walkers from middle Tennessee are asked to save the date, Saturday, November 6, 2010 for the annual Donelson Hermitage Chamber of Commerce “DH Dash” presented by CedarStone Bank. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Donelson Christian Academy flood relief effort.


CedarStone Bank helps ‘Be a Santa to a Senior’ program

Maggie Julian of Home Instead Senior Care discusses plans with committee members for this year’s “Be a Santa To a Senior” event. Maggie Julian of Home Instead Senior Care discusses plans with committee members for this year’s “Be a Santa To a Senior” event. The nationally administered program is organized by Home Instead Senior Care and locally sponsored in part by CedarStone Bank and Summit Hospital. Needy senior adults are adopted by local volunteers to make their Christmas wish come true.


Bring Home the Troops Wrap Up

CedarStone Bank announced earlier this year that, through the efforts of bank employees, directors, customers and friends of the Wilson County community, over $3,300 was raised to help bring Lebanon’s National Guard unit home for the holidays in December of last year.


John Bryan Joins CedarStone Bank

John Bryan joins CedarStone BankLebanon, Tennessee; November 19, 2009 — CedarStone Bank announced today the addition of John B. Bryan to the bank’s main office staff in Lebanon. Bryan will serve as Vice-President and Business Development Officer. He comes to CedarStone Bank from MainStreet Media, LLC., where he was publisher of The Wilson Post.


William (Willie) McDonald selected by the Mayor with a diverse group of nominees for Convention Center Authority Board

Names to be filed with Metro Clerk's Office today

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Mayor Karl Dean today announced the nominees for appointment to the nine-member Convention Center Authority Board, representing an array of professional backgrounds and experience.


Donald E. Moser Honored By Tennessee Bankers Association

Old Hickory Native Among Elite Group Selected as Leaders in Banking Excellence

NASHVILLE – Donald E. Moser has been named a Leader in Banking Excellence. The Tennessee Bankers Association will display a plaque in his honor at the TBA’s headquarters building in Nashville.


CedarStone Bank Hosts 5-Year Anniversary Celebration

 Lebanon, Tennessee (April 8, 2009) CedarStone Bank announced today that it would host an open house on Thursday, May 7 at 5:00 pm at its headquarters at 900 West Main Street. The open house will mark CedarStone's fifth year in business and will be held in conjunction with the Lebanon/Wilson County Chamber of Commerce. The bank will also hold open house mixers at its locations in Donelson on April 23 and in Mt. Juliet on April 30. The after-hours mixers are open to the community and will include beverages, hors d'oeuvres, and entertainment.


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