In The Community

Deeply Committed to our Community

As an independent community bank since 1925, Pendleton Community Bank officers and team members from our Franklin, Moorefield, Marlinton, Harrisonburg and Petersburg financial centers are deeply committed to their local communities and their many activities. Whether it's reading to school children, sponsoring academic achievement programs, financing playground equipment or participating in fund raising efforts, Pendleton Community Bank is proud to partner with our neighbors to help improve the quality of life for all. By investing in our community, Pendleton Community Bank is ensuring a better future for generations to come. Take a look at our most recent newsletter for a first-hand look!

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Moorefield Little League Allstars Win Championship

Pendleton Community Bank is proud of the Moorefield Little League Softball 11 and 12 year old All-Stars team for winning the District 6 Championship on July 6, 2015. The team, sponsored by Pendleton Community Bank, defeated Hedgesville 6-4 in 12 innings on Sunday, July 5th and Grant County 5-4 on Monday, July 6th for the District 6 Championship win. The team will now advance to state and will play in Huntington on July 17.

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Left to right, front row: Alyson Simmons, Anna Riggleman, Lauren Arbaugh, Hannah Ratliff, Tori Humphries. Left to right, back row: Coach Jeremy Simmons, Gracie O'Neill, Hanna Carlson, Cassie Mooney, Manager Sheldon Arbaugh, Jenna Biggs, Kennedie Hinger, Madison McGregor, Coach Scott Carlson.

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Pendleton Community Bank Sponsors 100+ Book Club

Pendleton Community Bank is proud to sponsor the 100+ Book Club at Brandywine Elementary. Each student is required to read and record 30 books each of the first 3 nine weeks of school and 10 the last nine weeks in order to be eligible to receive a free t-shirt and a trip to Pump It Up in Harrisonburg. Pendleton Community Bank is proud to announce that every student in both grades completed the challenge and enjoyed the trip recently on May 28th. In fact, the students all read more than the required 100 books. The 100+ Book Club kindergarten class and the Pre-K class are pictured.

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Turner Ashby High School Senior Receives $1,000 Scholarship

Dayne Davis, AVP - Financial Center Manager & Business Development Officer for Pendleton Community Bank, presented Ezekiel Hamner with a scholarship in the amount of $1,000 to be paid in full the first year of post high school learning. Ezekiel is a graduate of Turner Ashby High School and plans on attending Blue Ridge Community College and James Madison University seeking a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering and a Master's Degree in Business Administration.

The selection criteria for a Pendleton Community Bank Business, Accounting and Finance Scholarship is that the character of the recipient of this award commands the respect of students and teachers in leadership, dependability, integrity, responsibility, honesty, and consideration of others. In addition, the scholarship recipient must be pursuing a degree in business, accounting or finance.

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Moorefield High School Senior Receives $1,000 Scholarship

Pendleton Community Bank's Area Executive Sheldon Arbaugh presented Morgan Branson, graduating senior at Moorefield High School, with a scholarship in the amount of $1000 to be paid in full the first year of post high school learning. Morgan plans on attending WVU and pursuing a degree in business.

The selection criteria for a Pendleton Community Bank Business, Accounting and Finance Scholarship is that the character of the recipient of this award commands the respect of students and teachers in leadership, dependability, integrity, responsibility, honesty, and consideration of others. In addition, the scholarship recipient must be pursuing a degree in business, accounting or finance.

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Pendleton County High School Senior Receives $1,000 Scholarship

Corrie Faith Anderson Harper, graduating Pendleton County High School senior, was presented with the Pendleton Community Bank Business, Accounting, and Finance Scholarship by William Loving, Jr., President / CEO. The scholarship in the amount of $1,000 is to be paid in full the first year of post high school learning. Faith plans to attend West Virginia University, pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Finance.

The criteria for selection for the Pendleton Community Bank Business, Accounting and Finance Scholarship is that the recipient of this award's character commands the respect of students and teachers in such matters as leadership, dependability, integrity, responsibility, honesty, and consideration of others. In addition, the scholarship recipient must be pursuing a degree in business, accounting or finance.

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Pocahontas County High School Senior Receives $1,000 Scholarship

Tresten Taylor, graduating Pocahontas County High School senior, was presented with the Pendleton Community Bank Business, Accounting, and Finance Scholarship by Selina King, AVP Financial Center Manager Marlinton. The scholarship in the amount of $1,000 is to be paid in full the first year of post high school learning. Tresten plans to attend Fairmont State College pursuing a Degree in Accounting.

The criteria for selection of the scholarship are that the recipient's character commands the respect of students and teachers in such matters as leadership, dependability, integrity, responsibility, honesty, and consideration of others. In addition, the scholarship recipient must be pursuing a degree in business, accounting, or finance.

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Pendleton Community Bank Supports Hardy County Swim Team

Pictured is Moorefield / Petersburg Area Executive Sheldon Arbaugh presenting $50 to the Hardy County Swim Team, the Stingrays. The donation will assist with competition travel expenses.

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Pendleton Community Bank Visits Franklin Elementary

Customer Service Representative Jessica Basagic recently visited the Kindergarten classes at Franklin Elementary School. She talked about working at the bank and showed them what shredded money looks like. She then read "Funny Funny Money Bunny" to the class. Personal Bankers Beth Kirk and Teresa Heavner and Assistant Financial Center Manager Amanda Smith also visited other classes at the school.

Pendleton Community Bank, an independent community bank since 1925,operates four full-service banking offices in West Virginia in Franklin, Moorefield, Marlinton, and Petersburg, and one full-service office in Harrisonburg, Virginia. Pendleton Community Bank also has a Loan Production office in Wardensville, WV.