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June 2012
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CONTENTS
CNB Receives Financial Literacy Award
The Dollar Bill
Business e-Checking
Payback for Education
Answer to Dollar Bill Trivia Question
Cortland Office “Business after Hours”
Making and Sticking to a Household Budget
Fun Facts About Independence Day
Recycling Plastic: What All the Numbers Mean
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CNB Receives Financial Literacy Award
2012 MBA Financial Literacy Apple Award
The Michigan Bankers Association announced that County National Bank has received the 2012 Financial Literacy "Crystal Apple" Award for their region. CNB has been awarded this distinction six times in the past seven years, and we are honored to be recognized for our financial education efforts. As a community bank, County National Bank is committed to promoting financial literacy in our market areas. 

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The Dollar Bill

People will pray for it, work for it, lie and cheat for it, but few ever take a good look at it.
 
It’s a piece of paper measuring 2-5/8” by 6-1/8” with a thickness of .0043”. The composition of the paper and ink is a state secret. New notes will stack 233 to an inch, if not compressed, and 490 notes weigh a pound. 

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Business e-Checking
County National Bank offers Business e-Checking account services that feature the time-saving benefits of the latest technologies. It’s a free business checking account that includes electronic statement delivery, business debit card, electronic banking access, and more. Visit any of our conveniently located offices to open a CNB Business e-Checking account or call us toll-free at 888-322-1088 and ask to speak with a New Accounts Representative, our CNB e-Checking Account expert!   

 
Payback for Education
Payback for Education Student Conducting a Bank Transaction
On Thursday, May 10th, County National Bank again participated in a program called Payback for Education. Payback for Education is spearheaded by a local orthodontist, Dr. Colin Mayers, who each year brings together a large group of eighth grade Hillsdale County students to spend the morning with several area businesses. The program is designed to expose the students to many career opportunities, while giving them the chance to participate in hands-on activities at the businesses.

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Answer to Dollar Bill Trivia Question
C:  18 months

 
Cortland Office “Business after Hours”

The CNB Cortland Street Office in downtown Jackson hosted the Jackson County Chamber of Commerce’s “Business after Hours” on Thursday, May 17th. Guests were treated to mouth-watering appetizers provided by Chameleon Caterers/The Granary Restaurant at Ella Sharp Museum and delicious mini cupcakes by Aunt Brenda’s Cupcakes. Door prizes were awarded to three lucky winners. 

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Making and Sticking to a Household Budget
Track your spending and save for the future

Those who build wealth have learned the trick of spending less money than they make. This simple idea may sound too easy to be true, but it is the key to financial security. Fortunately, making and sticking to a household budget is something anyone can learn to do with a few simple tips and tricks.
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Fun Facts About Independence Day
July 4 history and observance

Every year on July 4, Americans celebrate Independence Day with parades, cookouts, concerts and fireworks displays. This national holiday marks the date in 1776 when the Founding Fathers first declared their independence from England, and the rest, as they say, is history. Here are a few fun facts about Independence Day.
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Recycling Plastic: What All the Numbers Mean
Make your recycling count

You've seen the numbers on the bottom of plastic items you bring home, but you may not know why they're there or what they mean. Knowing the numbers can help your family recycle properly and reduce your impact on the environment.
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