Southern Heritage donates to CSCC

Posted 8/10/18

Southern Heritage Bank recently contributed $15,000 to the Cleveland State Foundation.  Lee Stewart, East Tennessee Region president, made the presentation, saying, “As a community bank, we …

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Southern Heritage donates to CSCC

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Southern Heritage Bank recently contributed $15,000 to the Cleveland State Foundation.  Lee Stewart, East Tennessee Region president, made the presentation, saying, “As a community bank, we know it is important to identify needs and hope to make an impact by giving back to the community.” Dr. Bill Seymour, CSCC president, added, “When we started our Community First Capital Campaign, Southern Heritage was one of the first to jump on board. Early momentum has now taken us over the top of our $2.5 million goal, which will serve as a 'match' for another $22.5 million from the state of Tennessee.” “I am particularly thankful to Lee and Steve for the contribution and for lending Tim Poteet to us to serve on our campaign steering committee,” continued Seymour. Southern Heritage Bank A Division of First Citizens National Bank has three offices in Bradley County and one office in Hamilton County. SHB is a full service community bank established in 1998. From left are Steve Ledbetter, Lee Stewart, Dr. Bill Seymour and Tim Poteet. 

 


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