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Lenny Bateman elected as new Vice Chair of Community Bankers Association

LaGrange Banking Company

07/07/11

The Community Bankers Association of Georgia’s (CBA) Leadership Division elected new Division Four officers at the 33rd Annual Leadership Division Convention and Mini-Trade Show held recently in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. The new Division Four Chair is Greg Proffitt, Newton Federal Bank in Covington, and the new Vice Chair is Lenny Bateman, LaGrange Banking Company. CBA would like to congratulate Proffitt and Bateman and wish them a most successful year.

“We are pleased to welcome new and returning members of the CBA Leadership Division Board of Directors,” said Carolyn Brown, President & Chief Executive Officer, Community Bankers Association of Georgia. “With such a talented and motivated group of community bankers on the board, we are anticipating a very exciting and productive year. We look forward to working with our dedicated board members throughout the year.”

The Leadership Division of CBA was created in 1980 to educate and inform future bank leaders on the current issues in the banking industry and to prepare them for further leadership roles in their institutions.  The Leadership Division works closely with many schools and organizations throughout communities to educate the public on community banking, careers in banking and other financial topics. One of the main principles of the Leadership Division is to promote economic education by teaching students about banking, saving, spending, interest, credit and other related issues.  Each year, the Leadership Division conducts several fundraisers that benefit Children’s Healthcare, as well as the CBA PAC Funds.

About Community Bankers Association of Georgia
Community Bankers Association of Georgia (CBA) is a non-profit organization serving community banks throughout Georgia for over 40 years to enhance their profitability and growth. CBA was founded in 1969 by a group of Georgia community bankers to protect the political interests of locally owned community banks. Representing over 240 community banks and over 200 associate member companies, CBA offers services in four distinct areas which include political affairs, education, products & services and networking.   For more information about CBA, visit http://www.cbaofga.com or call (770) 541-4490.

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