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Tennessee Commerce Bank Hosts 101st Airborne Families at Carnton Plantation

 

Tennessee Commerce BankTennessee Commerce Bank and its employees continued their support of the 1st Brigade Combat Team (1 BCT), 101st Airborne soldiers and their families with a recent afternoon at Carnton Plantation. 

The bank, with the Battle of Franklin Trust, hosted the ladies and children of the 101st Airborne “Screaming Eagles” for a day of fun-filled activities concluding with a picnic dinner at Carnton. 

Anne Preston, 801st BSB, 4 BCT; Art Helf, Tennessee Commerce Bank; Yongmi Hill, 2-506th INF, 4 BCT

Anne Preston, 801st BSB, 4 BCT; Art Helf, Tennessee Commerce Bank; Yongmi Hill, 2-506th INF, 4 BCT

 

As a thank you for the community’s support, representatives for the 1 BCT presented a United States flag recently flown over the base in Afghanistan near the Pakistan border to Franklin Police Chief Jackie Moore and Tennessee Commerce Bank retired CEO Art Helf.

Later, a flag was also presented to Brentwood Police Chief Ricky Watson.

Additional Photos

Nicole Haynes and her daughter Brittany Haynes, Angela Kellogg,1 BCT Field Artillery FRG Advisor, and her daughter Danielle Kellogg

Nicole Haynes and her daughter Brittany Haynes, Angela Kellogg,1 BCT Field Artillery FRG Advisor, and her daughter Danielle Kellogg

Ronya Rendon, 4/320th, 4 BCT; Maryanne Schroer, President of the Carnton Association; Anne Preston, 801st BSB, 4 BCT; Yongmi Hill, 2-506th INF, 4 BCT

Ronya Rendon, 4/320th, 4 BCT; Maryanne Schroer, President of the Carnton Association; Anne Preston, 801st BSB, 4 BCT; Yongmi Hill, 2-506th INF, 4 BCT


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