On Thursday, September 21, 2017, Taylor County Bank Cardinal Financial Center had their grand opening at the new Taylor County High School, located on Hodgenville Road.
Juniors and seniors who are apart of the school-based enterprise welcomed guests, offered refreshments, and played games as part of the opening. There was also a ribbon cutting during the grand opening. Taylor County Bank Cardinal Financial Center (TCB CFC) President, senior Rachel Myers, welcomed and addressed the crowd after the ribbon cutting and TCB CFC Chief Financial Officer, senior Elizabeth Rogers, introduced the rest of the staff to the audience members. Other TCB CFC members include: seniors Lexie Raikes (Vice President of Operations), Lauren Williams (Vice President of Promotions), Madison Jones (Public Relations), Matti Blakeman (Marketing), Mason Wright (Marketing), Will Miller (Accountant), Collin Watson (Accountant), Sydney Tucker (Lead Teller), Austin Chelf (Teller), Camden Jenson (Teller), Clay Barnett (Teller), Faith Gaddis (Teller), Weston Young (Director of Technology), and juniors Ben Bertram, Amanda Farmer, Larkin Floyd, Griffin Hall, Ethan Hunt, Jake Kehoe, Micah Lauer, Grant McQueary, Ann Miller, Chloe Moss, Logan Osbourn, Matthew Pembleton, Logan Peterson, Blake Richard, Grant Rodgers, Kailey Thompson, and Jane Tucker.
The TCB CFC is directed by TCHS Business and Finance Teacher, Patty Rodgers. This is the 22nd year that the bank has been operating. Taylor County School District would like to thank the bank’s sponsors, Taylor County Bank, Community Trust Bank, and Forcht Bank, and the students, teachers, and staff at Taylor County High School for their continued support of the Cardinal Financial Center.