MEMPHIS, Tenn., February 16, 2018 –
Paragon Bank is displaying artwork from Woodland Presbyterian School students in its Saddle Creek Banking Center (7600 Poplar Avenue) throughout the month of February.
"We are excited to host the work that the students at Woodland Presbyterian School have created, and it has been a joy to have these colorful creations liven our office," said Robert Shaw, Chief Executive Officer at Paragon Bank. "We are honored to showcase their artwork, with pieces displaying each child’s personality."
Paragon worked with Woodland Presbyterian School art teacher, Abby Crenshaw, to coordinate the exhibit, which features a variety of animals, plants and self-portraits.
Artists include SK through 8th grade students Ali Barnes, Anna Kay Bell, Edie Hadwerker, Evelyn Epps, Garner Monroe, Garrett Haynes, Giana Anderson, Jack Lester, Jay Floyd, Katie Bush, Libby Link, Luke Semrau, Madelyn Havard, Nicolas Barringer, Noah Parkes, Reagan Lipsey, Sierra Saunders, Stafford Shumake, Stratton Moore, Truitt McRae and Weston Southerland.
Woodland Presbyterian School has been a part of the Memphis community for more than 60 years, with enrollment from over 30 zip codes and provides core curriculum along with specialized classes such as technology, foreign languages and more to students.
About Paragon Bank
Since its founding in 2005, Paragon Bank has maintained a solid focus on the community and customer service. For more than 10 years, Paragon has delivered innovative products and financial expertise, convenience, and a deep understanding of what both businesses and individuals need from a bank, in order to provide solutions that make a difference. In the areas of business or personal banking, lending options or wealth management, Paragon delivers cutting edge technology, an experienced team and the most serviceoriented staff of any community bank.
For more information about Paragon Bank, please call (901) 273-2900 or visit us online at www.bankparagon.com
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