CBC National Bank is proud of the communities we serve. Our dedicated employees love to give back by donating their time and talents to make our communities a better place to live, work, and play. Our HANDS ON involvement bring smiles to all.
 Janice O'Connell and Mark Sobolewski, CBC team Captains and winners of the Putt Putt Miniature Golf Tournament in Fernandina Beach, FL.  Sue Jarzyna and team mates participate in the Fernandina Beach Reindeer Run.  Lady's Island, SC Office Staff supporting Beaufort High School Football Team.  Stephanie Green and Jamie Epperson with team mates compete in the 9th Annual Sea Island Rotary Adventure Biathlon at Hunting Island State Park.  Mark Sobolewski & Carol Cason with the winner of the Micah's Place Shrimp Coloring Contest for the Shrimp Festival in Fernandina Beach.  Frank Ridley with the staff of the Salvation Army Hope House making a donation to the Hope House from our casual Fridays fund.  Alpharetta employees participate in Hands On Day 2012 in Atlanta.  Fran Shea, President of Council On Aging, and Joe Murphy, Treasurer of Council On Aging with Mary Pitcher making a donation to the Council On Aging from our casual Fridays fund.  Sue Jarzyna and team mates participate in the Katie Ride For Life event.  Beaufort employees and their winning float in the 2012 Water Festival.  Water Festival 2012 parade.  Mary Pitcher, Carol Cason, Barbara Fox, Beth Boles & Sue Jarzyna landscaping a Habitat For Humanity House.  Rhonda Smith and the staff from our Meiggs Office helping the community.  Mark Sobolewski and Bill Johnson make donation to Gene Brisach, Treasurer, Habitat For Humanity.  The Beaufort staff volunteers annually at Port Royal's Crab Festival.  Alpharetta Office employees gather food for the Atlanta Food Drive.  Sue Jarzyna and team mates participate in the “Donna Hicken Run” for breast cancer awareness.  Mike Mashke was the Race Director for the 2012 Sea Island Rotary Adventure Biathlon on Hunting Island.  County Commissioner, Danny Leeper, and Nassau County Volunteer Center Executive Director, Gail Shultz, with Carol Cason making donation to the NCVC.