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'Citizens' on the move

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This photo, published in The Henry County News Republican on April 22, 1982, shows Citizens State Bank officials and local leaders at a ribbon cutting for “The Money Station” branch in Kroger Plaza. Pierre Long, then the executive vice president of the bank, dressed in an official conductor’s uniform to greet customers. Also shown are Chamber of Commerce director Jim Brack, State Sen. Mike Rogers and Dick Myers (l-r next to Long). Mayor Bud Ayers is also seen just below the “e” in “Money.”
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Citizens State Bank’s Shelina Brown, left, joins Assistant Manager Sally Gettinger alongside loyal customer Richard Hobbs in looking at an April 22, 1982 issue of The Henry County News Republican Tuesday. The newspaper featured a photo of when “The Money Station,” as it was called then, first opened in the Kroger Plaza. After more than 35 years of operations here,Citizens State Bank’sKroger Plaza facilitywill close at conclusion of business Saturday. Henry County’s oldest financial institution is streamlining operations toits recently-expanded branch near Parkview Drive, which will be opening again Monday. The drive-through hours will be Monday-Friday 8:30-6 p.m. and 9 a.m.-noon on Saturdays.

‘Citizens’ on the move