Camden, Tenn. – Apex Bank will host its annual Easter Egg Hunt for Benton County and the surrounding communities on Saturday, March 31st at Briarwood School Field.
“We are excited to celebrate this 10th annual event with the children of Benton County,” said Mary Teague, Main Street Camden office manager. “Many kids attend this event every year as they grow up in Benton County. We are proud to be part of this community’s Easter tradition.”
The event will begin promptly at 11 AM. Children ages 2 through 8 are invited to bring their baskets to this free community event. There will be two designated areas for hunting: one for children ages 2 through 4 and the other for children ages 5 through 8. Thousands of eggs will be placed throughout the Briarwood School Field and over 75 grand prizes will be given away.
“It’s one of our favorite events of the year and is always a fun time,” said Jerold Johnson, Big Sandy office manager. “We look forward to seeing our friends and neighbors on Saturday.”
For more information regarding West Tennessee’s Largest Easter Egg Hunt, please call 584-8236. Apex Bank looks forward to hosting many upcoming events such as the Cornerstone Carnival, a Cancer Survivors’ picnic, and the Fourth of July Festival. Additional information on upcoming community events can be found at ApexBank.com.
Apex Bank delivers high-quality financial services and actively looks for opportunities to engage with local communities to build strong relationships that promote economic stability and growth. Apex Bank, with $550 million in assets, currently operates 13 offices across Tennessee. Apex Bank has been recognized by Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) as the top performing bank with $300 million to $1 billion in assets in the state of Tennessee and third overall in the nation. Additionally, Banks Street Partners ranked Apex Bank as the top performing bank in net interest margins and return on average equity in the state of Tennessee.
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