CedarStone Bank sponsored the 1st annual “Pickles for Pups” pickleball tournament in Mount Juliet to benefit the Mt Juliet Animal Shelter.
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CedarStone Bank is hosting a Drive-Thru Community Shred Day event again this year. Please feel free to come by our Lebanon Main Office (900 West Main St.) on Saturday, September 23th from 9 am – 12 pm to have any sensitive information shredded securely onsite.
All branches will be open today from 10am to 4pm.
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CedarStone Bank proudly presented An Evening with Phil Ponder. Phil shared stories about his work, art and the stories behind each piece. His talents have graced many a building and homes since 1979. Phil Ponder, resident of Hermitage in Davidson County, has painted historic structures in Middle Tennessee. He is best known for his limited edition prints of skylines and famous buildings. His unique style is accomplished through a combination of pen and ink/watercolor techniques emphasizing great detail and warmth of color. He also has a new book that represents a collection of his art and 11th Nashville Skyline will launch the week before this event and both will be on sale at the event.
Phil he has selected 4 charities to receive the ticket proceeds. Ticket Sales were split evenly between Fiddler’s Grove, New Leash On Life, Second Harvest and Books From Birth.
Due to inclement weather, all offices will be closed Friday, January 7. Please check www.cedarstonebank.com and our social media pages for Saturday hours of operation.
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Bob McDonald introduces a series of videos brought to you by CedarStone Bank. It’s very important to us that we remain active and supportive in our community. This pandemic has required that business and individuals change how they are do things; and we’ve certainly done that here at CedarStone Bank. In the following videos you will be hearing from Melynda Bounds (Lebanon, TN), Nate Burden (Mt. Juliet, TN), Robert McDonald (Nashville, TN), Mike Dixon (Chief Credit Officer) & Cindy Harel (Mortgage Loan Officer). They are all excited to be coming to you. We feel like this is a good way to stay active and involved with you, and we hope you enjoy them.
We are excited to be partnering with Local Community Banks and the Lebanon/Wilson County Chamber of Commerce, Mt. Juliet Chamber of Commerce and Watertown & East Wilson Chamber of Commerce, to bring you TennCommUNITY! ❤️ #WilsonCounty
“A new campaign uniting Wilson County’s chambers of commerce and community banks has hopes of boosting commerce and support for local merchants as many area businesses fight to survive the impact of continued coronavirus outbreaks.”
Read more at The Wilson Post.