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Paragon National Bank recently hosted its sixth annual art opening reception for Janis McCarty’s senior AP art students from St. Agnes Academy. The show was hosted at Paragon’s Fountain Place location and featured 12 students’ artwork, which will be on display through the month of March.
“It’s a true privilege to showcase and celebrate the work of yet another talented group of students from St. Agnes,” said Robert Shaw, President of Paragon National Bank. “This is an event that we enjoy hosting each year and we look forward to partnering with Janis and her students in the years to come.”
The artists, along with friends and family, enjoyed refreshments and tours of the bank, where the students’ artwork was displayed alongside Paragon’s art collection from renowned local artists Maysey Craddock, Rana Rochat, Pam Cobb, Jay Etkin, Pam Hassler, Mary Reed, Twin, Karen Jacobs, John McIntire, Warren Greene and Ephraim Urevbu.
Paragon National Bank is the Memphis region’s most service-oriented and locally focused bank. Paragon provides individuals and small to mid-sized businesses and their owners with a comprehensive package of both business and personal banking solutions delivered online and in person. Paragon stands out in the crowd of Memphis banks with its local ownership and focus, cutting edge technology and convenience, and the experienced Paragon team.
For more information about Paragon National Bank, please call (901) 273-2900 or visit us online at www.bankparagon.com.
Each year since our opening, Paragon National Bank has had a team participate in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, and each year the team has grown.
This year, Team Paragon was eighty strong at Race for the Cure, held at Saddle Creek in Germantown. Paragon employees, as well as their family and friends, participated in the race. It was the largest participation year yet, and Paragon National Bank raised over $1500 for the cause. We hope to continue to support the fight against breast cancer each year by raising money via team participation.
Team Paragon at the 2008 Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure