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August 2011
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CONTENTS
The History of County National Bank
Holding Some Global Investments Makes Sense
Online Security Tips
Happy Trails to You
Extreme Couponing
Study up on back-to-school Savings
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The History of County National Bank
On March 19, 1934, roughly fifty courageous and committed business people put up personal monies to invest and capitalize County National Bank. The initial $60,000 investment has grown to over $30,000,000, truly an entrepreneurial success story for our free enterprise system. Beyond the growth of the initial investment, CNB’s role in promoting commerce and prosperity to our local communities has been historic, and our past and present shareholders can take pride in their important role in this story. 
 
County National Bank operated in the city of Hillsdale until July 1, 1962, when expansion began by merging with the Grosvenor State Bank in Jonesville. To further expand services to the market area, a full-time trust department was added in 1976.
 
In April of 1991, the bank acquired the Hudson office of Standard Federal Bank. Four more offices were acquired from Republic Bank in 1997 in Litchfield, Somerset Center, Hanover, and Spring Arbor. Growth continued in 1999 with the acquisition of the Homer office of Citizens Bank.

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Holding Some Global Investments Makes Sense
by Barry A. Malek, Assistant Vice President - Trust Officer

A different world for investing
Globalism has ushered in monumental changes in the last 20 years. These changes are evident in economics, especially in the wake of such things as NAFTA and Favored Nation Trading with China. As prudent investors, the daily realities of these economics cannot be ignored. So we are left with this basic question: how then shall we invest?
 

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Extreme Couponing
Save money at the register using coupons


Did you know that, thanks to coupons, you can not only get items for free, but you can sometimes even get money given to you just for taking a product out of the store? Using these simple tips, you’ll be able to slash your grocery budget and put money back in your pocket.
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Study up on back-to-school Savings
These tips are sure to earn you an A+


Shopping for back-to-school items should be a time to get excited for an upcoming year of new adventures. Yet, many people worry that long lines and hefty price tags will sour the whole experience. The truth is, school shopping can be an enjoyable and efficient activity. Here are some pre-shopping tips:
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Online Security Tips

The Internet is filled with information, games, music and many other useful tools, and while it can be a fun and educational place, it can also be dangerous. There are people who use the Internet for malicious purposes and will try to compromise your system. Knowing common vulnerabilities and ways to protect yourself is the first step in making your Internet experience a safe one. 

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Happy Trails to You

Did you know that the Falling Waters Trail is a major east-west component of the Jackson County Regional Trail plan, connecting Cascades, Ella Sharp, Lime Lake and Swains Lake parks in south-central Michigan’s Jackson County with the city of Jackson? The Trail has been dedicated as a Jackson County Park.

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Disclaimer - All content contained in this newsletter is for informational purposes only and should not be relied upon to make any financial, accounting, tax, legal or other related decisions. Each person must consider his or her objectives, risk tolerances and level of comfort when making financial decisions and should consult a competent professional advisor prior to making any such decisions. Any opinions expressed through the content in this newsletter are the opinions of the particular author only.

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