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!


Franklin Financial Center Supports Board of Parks/Franklin Elementary School Dinner

Teresa Heavner, Universal Banker, proudly presented a $200 donation to Frisky Lambert for the upcoming Pork Tenderloin Dinner. The dinner will be held on Thursday, April 18th from 4:00-7:00pm at Franklin Elementary School. This fundraiser helps to raise money for the Board of Parks and Franklin Elementary School.


Marlinton Office Helps Sponsor Annual Education Farm Dinner

Kendall Beverage, Personal Banker, presented a $500 donation to Greg Hamons, Pocahontas County WVU Extension Agent, to help sponsor the Annual Education Farm Dinner.


PCB/Allegheny Mortgage Sponsor Graduate Realtor Institute Program for 2017

Pendleton Community Bank and Allegheny Mortgage Company are proud to partner with the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Association of Realtors to sponsor the Graduate Realtor Institute program this year. The institute offers the latest in media and industry trends to help new agents get a solid foundation and firm start in the business. With AMC's sponsorship, the day-long session will be available for $50 (half of the usual cost). Cindy Rader, VP Allegheny Mortgage, was proud to present the sponsorship to Bob Hill, CEO.


PCB Participates in 50th Annual South Branch Ham, Bacon & Egg Show

Pendleton Community Bank proudly participated in the 50th Annual South Branch Ham, Bacon and Egg Show. Sheldon Arbaugh, VP Area Executive Moorefield/Petersburg, bid on items on behalf of PCB including the bacon purchased from Anna Riggleman.


'Twelve Days of Christmas' Collects 2,900 lbs of Food for C.A.N Food Pantry

Pendleton County Schools "Twelve Days of Christmas" helped collect over 2,900lbs of nonperishable food items for the C.A.N. (Christian Assistance Network) Food Pantry. Amanda Smith, Franklin Financial Center Manager, was honored to present the Pendleton County Principals with a donation for the hard work in collecting much needed items for those in need. The winning school was Brandywine Elementary School who received $350. All of the other schools received $100 each. Pictured from left to right are Sandy Simmons (Franklin Elementary), Randy West (North Fork Elementary), Amanda Smith (PCB), Travis Heavner (Brandywine Elementary), Tim Johnson (Pendleton County Middle School), Lori Hull (Pendleton County High School).


Petersburg Financial Center Contributes to Grant County School Food Drive

The Petersburg Financial Center recently contributed money to the Grant County School Food Drive. There was a friendly competition among the schools to collect the most food and the Maysville Elementary School was the big winner. Pendleton Community Bank is proud to partner with the local schools making our Communities stronger. Pictured from left to right are Libby Riley Principal at Union, Avery Anderson Principal at Petersburg High School, Dayne Davis Pendleton Community Bank, Megan DiBenedetto Principal at Maysville Elementary School, and Mitch Webster Principal at Petersburg Elementary School.


The Salvation Army – Bell Ringing

Members of our Harrisonburg West team and their families have taken turns ringing bells for The Salvation Army at the Shenandoah Heritage Market, Dayton Farmer's Market, and the Walmart on Route 42.


West Rockingham Food Pantry Donation

Our Harrisonburg West office has been collecting non-perishable food items to donate to the West Rockingham Food Pantry. With the help of our team members and community, we were able to donate approximately 100 cans, 75 boxes, and 50 other various items to those in need during the Christmas season.


Contribution to Pendleton County Cub and Boy Scout Troop 162

Pendleton Community Bank is committed to supporting our communities and is passionate about helping local youth achieve great success. Recently the bank presented a $1,500 check to the Pendleton County Boy Scout Troop 162 and Pendleton County Cub Scout Pack 162 to cover chartering fees for both groups to help ensure the future for these outstanding service programs. Pictured from Pendleton Community Bank is Josh Byers, Area Executive for the Franklin Office, presenting the check to Charles King, Assistant Council Commissioner For Training & Advancement of the Stonewall Jackson Area Council.


Pendleton Community Bank Donates to CAN

Pendleton Community Bank contributed 352.6 pounds of food to the annual "Scouting for Food" drive for CAN (Christian Assistance Network). The total pounds of food donated on behalf of Cub Scout Pack 162 and Boy Scout Troop 162 (both sponsored by Pendleton Community Bank) was 1,880.4 pounds. CAN is a non-profit, non-denominational organization that provides emergency assistance to families and individuals in need, usually in the form of food and clothing. Shown is a small portion of the total pounds of food donated.