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a message from your CEO


Dear Fellow Associate:


Our results have trended stronger every year, and last year was no different. The future of Capital City Bank is secure thanks to your hard work.


As a Capital City Bank shareowner, you have the opportunity to take an active role in the future of the Company by voting on the proposals put forward in the 2016 proxy.


Soon you will receive a notice in the mail asking you to vote your shares on several key business items that will be discussed at our annual Shareowners’ Meeting on Tuesday, April 25. Please keep the notice as it contains a unique control number you will need to vote online.


Voting items include:

  •   Election of Directors
  •   Approval of Executive Compensation
  •   Frequency of Compensation Vote
  •   Ratification of Ernst & Young as Independent Auditors


As a shareowner, your vote “FOR” the approval of these items is very important.


Thank you for your commitment to Capital City Bank.



William G. Smith, Jr.

President and Chief Executive Officer

Capital City Bank Group