Community banks celebrated by Gov. Deal
by MDJ staff
April 24, 2014 12:32 AM | 1688 views | 0 0 comments | 21 21 recommendations | email to a friend | print
From left, are Terry DeWitt, president/CEO of First Landmark Bank; Cobb Commission Chairman Tim Lee; Dan Oliver, president/CEO of Vinings Bank and immediate past chair of CBA; and Jim Powell, president/CEO of Highland Commercial Bank.<br>Special to the MDJ
From left, are Terry DeWitt, president/CEO of First Landmark Bank; Cobb Commission Chairman Tim Lee; Dan Oliver, president/CEO of Vinings Bank and immediate past chair of CBA; and Jim Powell, president/CEO of Highland Commercial Bank.
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The Community Bankers Association of Georgia, located in Cobb County, as well as community banks across Georgia are recognizing the unique spirit that makes community banks the foundation of their communities.

Annually, community bankers across the country have come together during April to inform the public of the important economic and social contribution their banks make in their hometowns. Gov. Nathan Deal recently proclaimed April as Community Banking month in Georgia.

Pictured above, from left, are Terry DeWitt, president/CEO of First Landmark Bank; Cobb Commission Chairman Tim Lee; Dan Oliver, president/CEO of Vinings Bank and immediate past chair of CBA; and Jim Powell, president/CEO of Highland Commercial Bank. Chairman Lee and the Cobb County Board of Commissioners also proclaimed April as Community Banking Month in Cobb County.

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