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CVB Community Contributions

Moorefield School Supplies  

Capon Valley Bank's Moorefield Office at 717 N. Main Street is hosting a school supplies giveaway.  You may register anytime now through September 8 to win a tote bag full of various school supplies.  One winner will be selected by a random drawing. 

Wardensville Town Park  

Alan Brill, president of Capon Valley Bank, is shown presenting a check for $1,000 to Barbara Ratcliff, mayor of Wardensville.  The donation was given to benefit the J. Allen Hawkins Community Park and particularly for maintenance and operating expenses for the town park swimming pool.  CVB makes numerous contributions throughout the year to community organizations and schools in keeping with its 96 year commitment to reinvest into the communities where the bank does business.

Hardy County DOH  

Carol Sue Zuber, Branch Manager, and Hunter Phillips, Assistant Branch Manager, are pictured presenting a donation from Capon Valley Bank to a Hardy County Department of Highways official to benefit their recently held golf tournament.  Proceeds were raised to benefit a cure for childrens' cancer, a national non-profit organization.

Wardensville Library  

Alan Brill, president of Capon Valley Bank, is pictured making a $500 donation to the Wardensville Public Library.  Receiving the donation is Pat Harman, volunteer librarian, who said the donation would be used to help defray repairs made recently to the facility's heating and air conditioning system.  CVB is committed to helping such public entities to better serve the communities and its citizens within our marketplace.

2014 EHHS S'Ship Recipient  

Joann Byrd, Branch Manager, and Don Henderson, Assistant Manager, of Capon Valley Bank's Baker Office are pictured with Samantha Lemons of Mathias, the 2014 East Hardy recipient of the CVB Scholarship Award.  Samantha will attend Potomac State College in Keyser this fall. Not pictured, Danielle Weekley of Fisher was selected as the recipient from the graduating class at Moorefield High School.  She will also attend Potomac State College this fall.  Each student will be awarded $500 per semester, $1,000 for the year, to help with tuition or other related educational expenses.  Capon Valley Bank awards the $1,000 scholarship annually to distinguished, graduating seniors from both Hardy County high schools, who plan to attend college and attain a four-year degree.

2014 N2N Golf  

Golfers are shown on the course recently at the Neighbor-2-Neighbor golf tournament hosted by Capon Springs and Farms Resort in Capon Springs, WV.  Capon Valley Bank sponsored a tournament team in the second year event.  Proceeds benefit the local chapter of Neighbor-2-Neighbor and the John W. Brill Scholarship Fund.