Community First Bank & Trust Makes Christmas Wishes Come True for King’s Daughters’ Students November 23-December 17

 

Columbia, TN (November 15, 2012) --- The King’s Daughters’ School and Community First Bank & Trust ask for your help in making Christmas wishes come true by picking up a letter from Santa’s Mailbox at any local  Community First branch beginning Friday, November 23rd. These letters are from needy students who will be spending Christmas on campus.

 

“The King’s Daughters’ School serves nearly 40 ‘hard-to-place’ foster children for the State of Tennessee, explains Executive Director Dr. David Craig. For the 12th year, the Santa’s Mailbox program at Community First Bank will be providing presents to help make this a joyous Christmas for these special children.”

Students at KDS have written down their Christmas wishes in letters to Santa. The letters have been delivered to Community First Bank & Trust and can be picked up beginning Friday, November 23rd and must be returned no later than Monday, December 17. Santa’s Mailbox should be easy to spot as you walk into any Community First lobby. Each letter contains one Christmas wish item for a needy student. 

Once gifts are returned, they will be wrapped by King’s Daughters’ circle members and placed in Santa’s bag ready for delivery on Christmas Eve. We thank you ahead of time for helping us make Christmas special for each and every child at KDS!

 

“Santa’s Mailbox for The King’s Daughters’ School is a program we are proud to support, and we thank our customers who participate and make Christmas brighter for these special boys and girls,” comments Louis Holloway, President and CEO of Community First Bank & Trust.  “Every child deserves a Merry Christmas, and we are honored to help that happen for the young people at The King's Daughters' School.”

 

Santa’s Mailboxes are located in all four Maury County Community First branches: 501 South James Campbell Blvd.; 601 North Garden Street; 105 Public Square in Mt. Pleasant and inside the Wal-Mart Supercenter in Columbia.

 

 

The King’s Daughters’ School is a non-profit residential school that has provided academic, vocational and life-skills training to students with developmental delays for more than 55 years.

 

Community First Bank & Trust, based in Columbia, TN, was founded in 1999 by a group of Maury County business leaders who wanted to provide a superior banking experience to the communities they serve. CFB&T is a commercial bank with over $580 million in total assets, operating 9 offices in Maury, Hickman and Williamson Counties. The bank provides a comprehensive line of banking services to consumers and businesses in the Middle Tennessee area. Additional information is available at www.cfbk.com.