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Paragon National Bank will display artwork from Bodine School in its Saddle Creek branch (7600 Poplar Avenue) throughout the month of October. Bodine School, located in Germantown, provides an educational experience that focuses on teaching Mid-South children with dyslexia to read and succeed. Paragon worked with art teacher Lori Wakefield to select and display art by 24 students in the first through seventh grades to help commemorate the school’s 40th anniversary, as well as highlight Dyslexia Awareness Month.
“Paragon is honored to display the artwork of Bodine’s students to help kick off the school’s anniversary celebration,” said Robert Shaw, Chief Executive Officer of Paragon. “In addition to highlighting the talent of this tremendous group of students, we hope this exhibit helps shine a light on the important work the school is doing in our community.”
The student’s artwork, inspired by Greek mythology and comprised of encaustic paintings done in melted crayon, will be on display in the main lobby of the Saddle Creek branch until October 31st.
The imaginative artwork was created by Tara Booher and Emiko Dallas in first grade; Kendell Philley and Lilly Graham in second grade; Wilson Ridenour, Sydney Smith and Lila Ruhland in third grade; Carson Bryant, Mia Bomarito, Reagan Killebrew, Magen Sauer, Haiden Miller and Grace Goode in fourth grade; Emma Sands, Julian Cullen, Grant Woodall, Callaway Gibbs, Jackson Thornton, Shyler Brown and Alex Goode in fifth grade; Eric Lichterman, Liam Zdravecky and Wyatt Philley in sixth grade; and Jacob Cardenas in seventh grade.
Based in Germantown, Tenn., the Bodine School provides an independent, educational experience that allows the dyslexic mind to thrive through a challenging and thought-provoking curriculum. The school’s mission is to lead the Mid-South in teaching children with dyslexia to read and succeed. For more information, visit bodineschool.org.
During the month of May, customers and employees at our Saddle Creek Banking Center will be treated to the art of students from Lori Wakefield’s classes at The Bodine School.
Paragon’s Saddle Creek Banking Center is hosting art from Woodland Presbyterian School until April 22. The art wall at Saddle Creek rotates art from various Germantown-area schools.
Several students from Sue Spice’s art classes have pieces on display. To see a photo of the art wall you can visit our Facebook page at http://pgnn.me/?u=839417 or stop by the banking center at 7600 Poplar.
Paragon National Bank today announced that their Saddle Creek branch will be hosting selected art pieces from Dogwood Elementary School students.
Paragon partnered with Dogwood art teachers Sandra Wilson and Norma Powell to display art from 28 talented students in the fifth and third grades.
“We’re so pleased to host Dogwood students’ art,” said Robert Shaw, Paragon’s President. “Since we opened, art has been an important part of who we are, and this combines our appreciation for art with our commitment to the community.”
The art, which ranges from beautiful, bright flowers to earthy, vibrant pumpkins, will be on display until the end of December. Paragon’s Saddle Creek branch is located at 7600 Poplar Avenue between West Street and Germantown Road.