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July 2012
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CONTENTS
CNBís Board of Directors
Tips During Low Interest Rate Periods
Ten Tips in Tough Times
FREE Photo Debit Card Offer!
The United States Mint
Enjoy Sonoma
Giving Your Kitchen a Facelift
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CNBís Board of Directors
Setting the Tone and Direction of the Bank
John E. Barrett
County National Bank’s Board of Directors is comprised of local business leaders with the commitment and vision to guide the bank toward its mission of providing financial products and services to customers in our local markets. And because of the efforts of these eight elected leaders, CNB has remained well-capitalized, stable, and profitable. John E. Barrett, one of the bank’s valued Board members, was elected to the Board of Directors in 2010.
 
At that time, John said, “I will do my best to represent the interest of the shareholders, and it is an honor to serve on the Board of CNB Community Bancorp, Inc. and County National Bank.”

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Tips During Low Interest Rate Periods

With interest rates at record lows, consumers face a number of choices for managing their money. Whether they want to save, spend, or invest, consumers are encouraged to consider their options and choose the strategies that best suit their particular financial circumstances. County National Bank offers the following tips for low interest rate periods:

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Ten Tips in Tough Times
What Small Business Owners Should Know During Tough Financial Times
by John Blanchfield, American Bankers Association

As the U.S. economy slows, small business owners are facing tough financial times, many for the first time. Financial problems are difficult; they consume time and valuable business resources, but must be dealt with proactively in order to be resolved. Many small business owners do not utilize all of the resources provided to them by their bankers; no one has more financial training and more time invested in the financial health of your business than your banker. If, after you review these ten tips, you think that you need help, do not hesitate to call your banker for a financial check-up.

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FREE Photo Debit Card Offer!

Get a FREE photo debit card at any CNB office! It’s security you can see – the CNB photo debit card uses your picture on the front to serve as an added protection feature that will ensure both your identity and your card remain your own. 

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The United States Mint
The United States Mint primarily produces circulating coinage for the United States to conduct its trade and commerce. The Mint was created by Congress with the Coinage Act of 1792, and originally placed within the Department of State. Per the terms of the Coinage Act, the first Mint building was in Philadelphia, then the capital of the United States; it was the first building of the Republic raised under the Constitution. Today, the Mint’s headquarters is in Washington, D.C. It operates mint facilities in Philadelphia, Denver, San Francisco, West Point, and a bullion depository at Fort Knox.

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Enjoy Sonoma
Visit the vine-covered hillsides of this top California destination

Think of Sonoma Valley as Napaís quieter cousin. Fewer wineries exist in the area, and many of them are small and family owned. The slower pace does not reduce the level of luxury available to wine-loving travelers, however.
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Giving Your Kitchen a Facelift
A little change can go a long way

You're in your kitchen every day, whether you want to be or not. Some enjoy cooking, others donít. To put that spark in your cooking routine, how about spiffing up your kitchen? You donít have to win the lottery to give your cooking space a little bit of a face-lift.
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