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CBOPC Donates to The Burnt Mountain CenterThe staff of Community Bank of Pickens County, in an effort to show Hometown Commitment, have the option of wearing blue jeans on Fridays and when they do they donate an amount each time into a collected pool of donations that are then disbursed to local charities in need of support. The staff voted on which charities they would like the donations given to and for February 2014 donations were collected to support The Burnt Mountain Center. Community Bank of Pickens County is a locally owned and operated, independent community bank that is committed to making a difference through Hometown Commitment

Shown L to R: Debbie Rooker from The Burnt Mtn Center, Melissa Jordan from CBOPC and Diane Quinton also from The Burnt Mtn Center

CBOPC Donates to Pickens Family PartnersThe staff of Community Bank of Pickens County, in an effort to show Hometown Commitment, have the option of wearing blue jeans on Fridays and when they do they donate an amount each time into a collected pool of donations that are then disbursed to local charities in need of support. The staff voted on which charities they would like the donations given to and for January 2014 donations were collected to support Pickens Family Partners. Community Bank of Pickens County is a locally owned and operated, independent community bank that is committed to making a difference through Hometown Commitment.

Shown L to R: Sam Wehunt from CBOPC with Margy Lohman & Nicole Ray from Pickens Family Partners

Refer-a-Friend Gas Card WinnersCleveland Wilds was the winner of Community Bank of Pickens County’s Refer-A-Friend program when Victor Scott Miller referred him to start a banking relationship with Community Bank of Pickens County. Of the many participants in the program, Mr. Wilds was drawn from those eligible and both Mr. Wilds & Mr. Miller received gas cards as the reward. Community Bank of Pickens County is a locally owned and operated, independent community bank that is committed to making a difference through Hometown Commitment.

Shown L to R: Laura Franklin of CBOPC, Cleveland Wilds & Victor Scott Miller.

The staff of Community Bank of Pickens County, in an effort to show Hometown Commitment, have the option of wearing blue jeans on Fridays and when they do they donate an amount each time into a collected pool of donations that are then disbursed to local charities in need of support. The staff voted on which charities they would like the donations given to and for the fourth quarter of 2013 donations were collected to support causes including: Good Samaritan Health & Wellness Center, CARES Food Bank and Good Shepherd Ranch for Boys.

Good Samaritan Health & Wellness Center: L to R: Chris Beasley from CBOPC giving the donation to Carol Maddox and Jeff Downing from Good Samaritan Health & Wellness.

Care Food Bank: L to R: Larry Starr, director of CARES is shown receiving check from Melissa Jordan of CBOPC.

Good Shepherd Ranch for Boys: L to R: Chasity Fitzgerald of CBOPC giving donation to Bridgette Cook, Director of The Good Shepherd Ranch.

      Good Samaritan (October)-                         CARES Donation (November)                         Good Shepherd Ranch (December)

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The staff of Community Bank of Pickens County, in an effort to show Hometown Commitment, have the option of wearing blue jeans on Fridays and when they do they donate an amount each time into a collected pool of donations that are then disbursed to local charities in need of support. The staff voted on which charities they would like the donations given to and for the third quarter of 2013 donations were collected to support causes including: North Georgia Pregnancy Center, Friends of Pickens County Library and The Hope House.

North Georgia Pregnancy Center – L to R: Leanne Cain of CBOPC with Pat Paige, Executive Director & Ralph Barker, Development Director from North Georgia Pregnancy Center.

Friends of Pickens County Library -L to R: Kim Davis of CBOPC with Randy Stepp, B.O.T. Chairperson from Friends of Pickens County Library.

Hope House – L to R: Jim Milton, President of Hope House with Jessica Herron of CBOPC.

North Georgia Pregnancy Center – L to R: Leanne Cain of CBOPC with Pat Paige, Executive Director & Ralph Barker, Development Director from North Georgia Pregnancy Center. Friends of Pickens County Library -L to R: Kim Davis of CBOPC with Randy Stepp, B.O.T. Chairperson from Friends of Pickens County Library. Hope House - L to R: Jim Milton, President of Hope House with Jessica Herron of CBOPC.

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