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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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 at the end of May. 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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Broadway (VA) High School Scholarship Recipient

Pendleton Community Bank is proud to announce one of the recipients of its Business, Accounting and Finance Scholarship. A scholarship was offered in each of the bank's market areas. PCB's Assistant Vice President / Financial Center Manager Katie Brill, presented Sally Hotchkiss, graduating senior at Broadway High School, with their market area scholarship in the amount of $1000 to be paid in full the first year of post high school learning. Hotchkiss plans on attending Virginia Tech and pursuing a degree in Business, with a focus in Finance and Spanish. 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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Petersburg (WV) High School Scholarship Recipient

Pendleton Community Bank is proud to announce one of the recipients of its Business, Accounting and Finance Scholarship. A scholarship was offered in each of the bank's market areas. PCB's Assistant Vice President / Financial Center Manager Dayne Davis, presented Casey Goldizen, graduating senior at Petersburg High School, with their market area scholarship in the amount of $1000 to be paid in full the first year of post high school learning. Goldizen plans on attending Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College and pursuing a degree in Business Administration. 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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Wardensville Office Donation to WVU Potomac Highlands Alumni Assoc.

Luke Kesner, Wardensville LPO Manager, proudly presented a $500 check to Donna Alexander of the WVU Potomac Highlands Alumni Association. This donation will be used to assist with the annual golf tournament to be held on June 3rd.

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Marlinton Office Supports the Pocahontas County High School Track Team

Our Marlinton employees were happy to donate $125 to the Pocahontas County Track Team to support them as they go to states. Kendall Beverage, Universal Banker, proudly presented the check to Eric Rose, one of the track team coaches. #GoWarriors

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Pendleton County High School Scholarship Recipient

Pendleton Community Bank is proud to announce one of the recipients of its Business, Accounting and Finance Scholarship. A scholarship was offered in each of the bank's market areas. PCB's Area Executive, Josh Byers, presented Kayla VanMeter, graduating senior at Pendleton County High School, with their market area scholarship in the amount of $1000 to be paid in full the first year of post high school learning. VanMeter plans on attending Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College and is pursuing a degree in Business Management. 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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Franklin Office Supports the NWTF

Josh Byers, VP Area Executive, was pleased to present a $500 check to Keith Thompson of the National Wild Turkey Federation. Pendleton Community Bank sponsored items for the silent auction that is held during the annual NWTF dinner in June.

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Franklin Office Donates to Pendleton County Library

Rachel Ruddle, Loan Assistant, proudly presented Becky McConnell with a $450 donation to the Pendleton County Library. This money was raised by Franklin team members during the April jean day fundraiser. We are proud to sponsor the library and their efforts to encourage everyone to read.

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Harrisonburg West Office Supports Relay for Life

Katie Brill, Harrisonburg West Financial Center Manager, proudly presented the office's first check to the American Cancer Society to Annika Dean, Relay for Life Community Manager. The team is also selling luminarias and footprints to help benefit the Harrisonburg Relay for Life Team. Stop by the Harrisonburg West office to see the beautiful luminarias in person!

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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.

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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.

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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.