Taylor Co Bank Cardinal Financial Center Ribbon Cutting

CFC Ribbon Cutting

Student employees of Taylor County High School’s Taylor County Bank Cardinal Financial Center (CFC) held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, October 27th to celebrate opening their doors for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began!

The CFC has been a successful school-based enterprise at TCHS for 26 years and is proud to offer students the highest interest rates in town for savings accounts (1.75%) and certificates of deposit (2%). CFC staff have also taken the initiative to educate all students at TCHS on financial literacy skills, teaching five-minute “mini lessons” each month. These lessons are short enough to not disrupt classes, but long enough to provide important information on banking, how to write checks, compound interest, and more.

This year's senior Cardinal Financial Center staff are Hillary Karnes, Katie Floyd, Seth Russell, Aidan Cox, Gabe Wooden and Ayden LoPiccolo, bank tellers; Carson Floyd, accountant; Zane Parker, vice president of promotion; Ethan Watkins, vice president of operations; Josh Gaddis, chief financial officer and Peyton McCubbin, president.

Junior staff are Madalyn Nolley, Lily Dudgeon, Rayna Taylor, Cael Miracle, Jonathan Simmons, Brad Norman, Noah Dabney, Chris Murphy, Ben Sadler and Addy Durham, bank tellers, and Charles Cox, lead teller.

Marcus Rodgers, TCHS business teacher, is the sponsor of the Taylor County Bank Cardinal Financial Center.

Thank you to Taylor County Bank, Mr. Higdon, Taylor County administrators, Judge-Executive Barry Smith and Mayor Diane Ford-Benningfield for your attendance and continued support of the CFC!

CFC Ribbon Cutting

CFC Ribbon Cutting

CFC Ribbon Cutting

CFC Ribbon Cutting

CFC Ribbon Cutting





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