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In the Community

In the Community

Deeply Committed to our Community

As an independent community bank since 1925, PCB 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 fundraising efforts, PCB is proud to partner with our neighbors to help improve the quality of life for all. By investing in our community, PCB is ensuring a better future for generations to come.
 

West Virginia Voluntary Organization Active in Disaster

Two people holding a large checkWe made a very special donation recently to the WVVOAD (West Virginia Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster) and their continuing efforts to aid in the recent flood relief from this past year. We used our Jean Fridays money as well as donations from local citizens to support the flood relief efforts and make a donation to those who still need it. Dayne Davis, Franklin Financial Center Manager, presented Bethany Bentley, WVVOAD representative, with a donation in the amount of $1,170 to go towards the recovery efforts.
 

Beckley, WV Downtown Revitalization

Two women standing in bike shopBeckley, WV is really putting a lot of work in on their downtown revitalization and one new addition is the new downtown visitors center along with a new bike sharing service! We attended the ribbon cutting and open house for the new center and congratulated all of those involved on a great job for their continued efforts! Vickie Warren (left) from our Beckley Financial Center stopped to grab a picture with Vicki Webb, Beckley Welcome Center Volunteer Director, and to thank her for all of her hard work!
 

'Get A Life' Program

Get A Life program at Petersburg, WV Middle/High SchoolPetersburg Middle/High School decided to do the "Get A Life" program for their 8th graders this year and asked us if we would help. Of course, we said yes! Team members from Petersburg and Franklin came together to help teach  students what a budget can look like and explained how easy it is to save or just how easy it can be to go into debt! The students learned a lot and we had a great time working with them!
 
PCB, an independent community bank since 1925, operates seven full service banking offices in West Virginia in Beckley, Franklin, Marlinton, Moorefield,  Mount Hope, Oak Hill and  Petersburg and two full-service offices in Harrisonburg, Virginia. PCB also has a Loan Production office in Wardensville, WV where they will be opening a full service office later this fall.
 
For more information contact Clay Richardson at PCB at 304-358-2311.