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Paragon Bank: A Decade of Art Exhibits


Paragon Bank is displaying art created by Farmington Elementary School students during the month of January. The work is featured at the Saddle Creek Banking Center (7600 Poplar Avenue), and members of the community are encouraged to stop by.

“This year marks a decade of art exhibits at Paragon,” said Robert Shaw, Chief Executive Officer at Paragon Bank. “Each month, we look forward to partnering with a local school and seeing the creative pieces designed by these talented students.”

The bank coordinated the mixed media art exhibit with Farmington Elementary School Art Teacher Rebekah Laurenzi.

Student artists include Hope Hall, Bryce Haun, Charlice Pettit and Emma Thorne in fifth grade; Wesley Lim, McKenzie Percoski and Pahel Sehgal in fourth grade; Ella Brown, Jackson Clarke and Jonah Little in third grade; William Bush, Hailey Park and Ian Shelton in second grade; Alexandra Barrasso, Sydney Butorac and Madison

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