CVB Community Contributions

Hardy County Teachers' Day 2013  

Abby Hefner (left) and Melinda Biser (center) of Capon Valley Bank's Moorefield Office are pictured with Amber Cullers, fifth-grade teacher at Moorefield Intermediate School at the 2013 Hardy County Teachers' Day held recently in Moorefield.  CVB is a Partner In Education and provides academic planners for Hardy County teachers, as well as pencils for students and numerous other items. 

2013 Spirit of Hardy County  

Donnie Baker (left), President of the Hardy County Community Foundation, is shown receiving a $1,000 contribution from CVB President Alan Brill.  The HCCF celebrates volunteerism and charitable giving by honoring a local individual who has demonstrated leadership, citizen involvement, a willingness to help and motivate others to give of their time, talent, treasure and general acts of kindness.  This year's recipient is Robert Branson, honored as the 2013 Spirit of Hardy County at the Sixth Annual Spirit of Hardy Golf Tournament and Luncheon.  As such, Mr. Branson has chosen the Baker Park to be the benefactor of a $5,000 endowment fund.

Amanda Dixon, 2013 Sherando S'Ship Recip.  

Brandon Foster, Branch Manager of CVB's Stephens City Office, is pictured with Amanda Dixon, recipient of the 2013 CVB scholarship, presented recently at an awards ceremony for graduating seniors of Sherando High School in Stephens City.  Miss Dixon graduated an honors student with a 4.167 GPA and received numerous All-Academic Awards for volleyball and track.  While at Sherando, she served as the class treasurer for three years and was an active member of the Interact Club, the Spanish Club, the Astronomy Club, the 4-H Club and the mentoring program.  Miss Dixon will attend Radford University beginning this fall.

Jordan Robinson  

Jordan Robinson, pictured left, is a 2013 graduate of East Hardy High School and the recipient of the 2013 CVB Scholarship.  Miss Robinson graduated with honors and will attend Concord University in Athens, WV, this fall, where she will study Pre-Professional Biology with a focus on Women's Healthcare Physician's Assistant.  She is the daughter of Tracy Brady-Robinson of Mathias, WV.  Also, awarded the CVB Scholarship for 2013 from Moorefield High School, is Courtney Parker of Old Fields, WV.  Miss Parker was active in many school organizations and was a student athlete, graduating with a 3.6 GPA.  She will pursue a degree in Physical Therapy beginning this fall at Potomac State College in Keyser, WV.  Courtney is the daughter of Steve and Debbie Parker of Old Fields, WV.  CVB awards a $1,000 scholarship annually to a graduating senior from both East Hardy and Moorefield High Schools, who have distinguished themselves academically, athletically and in community service and who will continue their education at the college level.