CVB Community Contributions
Capon Valley Bank recently completed its annual Holidays Food Pantry Drive with great success. Thanks to all of your generous donations, we were able to collect 2,220 items and donate over $1,300 to area food pantries.
Melinda Biser of Capon Valley Bank’s Moorefield Office is pictured delivering hats and gloves to Moorefield Elementary School. The donations are being collected at Capon Valley Bank’s Moorefield Office as part of their “Giving Tree.” To date, over 250 items have been collected and donated to Moorefield Elementary and Intermediate School in an effort to keep children warm during the harsh Winter months.
Larry Curtis, Assistant Branch Manager of Capon Valley Bank’s Moorefield Office, is 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.
Over 130 children from the Hardy County area were recently treated to a Free Swim Day on a hot Friday afternoon at the Moorefield town pool. Everyone additionally received free Popsicles. The event was sponsored by Capon Valley Bank, who has historically supported community events, such as this one, as well as school events.
Melinda Biser of Capon Valley Bank’s Moorefield Office is shown presenting a Visa Gift Card to members of the Moorefield Middle School Cheerleading squad. The gift card will be used to purchase awards for the upcoming Potomac Valley League Cheer Competition held at Moorefield Middle School. We wish all of the cheer squads competing at this years competition great success.
Alan Brill, president of Capon Valley Bank, is shown presenting a $500 contribution on behalf of Highlands Bankshares, Inc. to Jessica Wilkins of the Tri-County Fair Association. The contribution will benefit the building of a new barn in Petersburg, where 4H and FFA members will exhibit their livestock entries during fair week.
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.
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.