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!

Real Men Wear Pink

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Real men wear pink when it comes to the fight against breast cancer! Dan Withers, Area Executive of our Harrisonburg market, has championed that fight and has joined up with Real Men Wear Pink of the Valley supporting the American Cancer Society. Dan and Clay Richardson, Public Relations Coordinator, recently attended an event promoting it at the Valley Pike Farm Market in Weyers Cave, Virginia. There they had the opportunity to meet, advocate, hear success stories, and enjoy good company while discussing how to raise awareness against breast cancer in women AND men! Dan's goal is to raise $2500 for the cause.

Back to School

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Each year we take great pride in being part of the back to school events at each of our community schools and getting to present the teachers with a little gift from all of us at Pendleton Community Bank! We want to thank our teachers for the tremendous job they do with our students, the hard work and hours they put into their daily routines, and the love and care they show the children during the school year. We feel the least we can do is offer them a gift to make their work days a little easier! We would also like to thank all of the other businesses and organizations that contribute to the teachers at this time each year. It is caring like this, between all of us, that shows that we are all indebted to our community for the jobs these teachers do and we support them 100%!

Rockingham County Fair

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Another Rockingham County Fair has come and gone! Sarah Craun was the winner of Rockingham County Fair's Junior Dairy Cattle Fitting and Showmanship award for the Junior Division (ages 9-12). Pendleton Community Bank sponsored the show clippers she received. Sarah is pictured showing off her winnings with PCB's Bobby Williams, Katie Brill, and Mark Williams following the event. The Rockingham County Fair is always a blast. We'll miss the food, rides, and so much more! See you next year!

Harrisonburg City Futbol Club

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"Harrisonburg City FC was established in 2016. Our mission is to challenge the way the sports are played and ran in our City, with emphasis of children and young people as main recipients, to stimulate education values and encouragement of personal development on and off the field. Harrisonburg City FC eliminates all barriers such as, pricing, financial just play, political (color, races, religion, sex, economics, culture) and safety to create an even platform to be among the elite of each level." ~ Balen Martinez, HCFC President PCB recently formed a partnership with the Harrisonburg City Futbol Club to help them with their future needs and show our support to such a good cause for area youth!

Pendleton Community Bank Recognized for Outstanding Community Service, Receives Pillars of the Community Award

PITTSBURGH, Pa., June 11, 2018 – Pendleton Community Bank was presented today with the prestigious FHLBank Pittsburgh Pillars of the Community Award in recognition of the bank's commitment to community revitalization. The Pillars award is FHLBank's highest organizational honor and is presented annually to select FHLBank members. Pendleton Community Bank, headquartered in Franklin, West Virginia, received the award at one of FHLBank's regional member events. Kristina K. Williams, FHLBank's Chief Operating Officer, spoke at the event about the bank's community achievements. William A. Loving, President and CEO of Pendleton Community Bank, accepted the award on behalf of the bank. "It is a great honor for Pendleton Community Bank to be selected for FHLBank Pittsburgh's Pillars of the Community Award," said Loving. "This award is a great recognition of the efforts and dedication our team members and, by extension, the bank puts forth each and every day to make our communities better places to work and live. This dedication and desire is the heartbeat of every community bank and banker across this great nation, and I am grateful for the resources provided by the FHLBanks to help us fulfill our desire. For, without that collaboration, this cherished recognition would not be possible." Click here to read the complete news release.

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 two full-service offices in Harrisonburg, Virginia. Pendleton Community Bank also has a Loan Production office in Wardensville, WV. For more information contact Kathy Parker at 304-358-2311