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Paragon Bank Displays Art by Evangelical Christian School First Grade Students


Paragon Bank is displaying art created by first graders at the Evangelical Christian School Forest Hill campus. The artwork is being shown at Paragon’s Saddle Creek Banking Center (7600 Poplar Avenue) throughout the month of November. 

“We are excited to once again have the opportunity to work with the faculty and students at ECS,” said Robert Shaw, Chief Executive Officer at Paragon Bank. “The art the students create always brightens the day of our staff and customers, and we look forward to a new display each month.”

Paragon coordinated the exhibit with ECS Art Teacher Anne Smith, who worked with the students to make paintings of sunflowers.

Student artists include Neil Henry, Lyla Lawrence, Christine Lee, Allie Levatino, James Brantley, Gaby Kresnadi, Addison Franks, Shelby Lifschultz, Brian Mannella, Brooks Hodges, Levi Lei, Anna Claire Bingham, Nicholas Smith, Blake South, Max Crosby, Rudi Heilmann, James Payne, Jackson Coombs, Kendall Hill, Matthew Kute, Cate Vargo, Amelia Matthews and Alyson Sneed.

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