Paragon Bank presents vibrant artwork from Farmington Elementary School

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October 17, 2019
Memphis, Tenn., October 17, 2019 – Paragon Bank (OTCBB: PGNN.OB) is showcasing artwork from students at Farmington Elementary School inside its Saddle Creek Banking Center (7600 Poplar Avenue) throughout the month of October. 

Farmington Elementary works to empower students to make informed decisions as productive members of society by leading students to develop character, self-assurance and independent thinking. This is apparent in the artwork designed by these amazing students. 

“This October, we were inspired by the creativity and skill of students from Farmington Elementary,” said Robert Shaw, chief executive officer at Paragon Bank. “At Paragon, it’s important to ensure we are empowering our youth. We do this by displaying their talent in our banking center, and it’s something we look forward to every month.”

Natalie Rudzena and Kayla Eddy, art teachers at Farmington Elementary, worked with the students to provide paintings that are bold, colorful and representative of the vibrance of nature. Varying from exotic birds, cacti and geodes, Farmington embraces the talent of their students by allowing their work to shine for the entire city of Germantown. 

About Paragon Bank
Since its founding in 2005, Paragon Bank has maintained a solid focus on the community and customer service and in 2018 opened its full-service Oxford Banking Center. For nearly 15 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 service-oriented staff of any community bank.
For more information about Paragon Bank, please call (901) 273-2900, the Oxford Banking Center at (662) 259-8306 or visit us online at
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