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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 December 2015 donations were collected to support HOPE House. Community Bank of Pickens County is a locally owned and operated, independent community bank that is committed to making a difference through Hometown Commitment. Member of FDIC.

Cutline for photo: Donna Evans from CBOPC presents a check to Max Caylor with HOPE House.

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 November 2015 donations were collected to support Georgia Mountain Hospice. Community Bank of Pickens County is a locally owned and operated, independent community bank that is committed to making a difference through Hometown Commitment. Member of FDIC.

Cutline for photo: Sheila Bunch from CBOPC presents a check to Gina Pendley with Georgia Mountain Hospice.

On December 18th, 2015 CBOPC awarded 2 customers each a Yeti Cooler for being a part of the Refer-A-Friend Program. Existing customer Demi Turner referred her friend Wade McTaggert to open a new account at CBOPC. Both names were put on the same ticket, and that ticket happened to be the lucky one! CBOPC would like to congratulate Demi and Wade and also thank all the customers that referred their friends and family to bank with us during this fun promotion. We appreciate all of our customers that trust us with their banking needs on a daily basis and sincerely hope that you too will tell your friends to come see us with their banking needs. We will be starting up a new promotion very soon, so be on the lookout for what we will giveaway next time through our Refer-A-Friend Program. Community Bank of Pickens County is a locally owned and operated, independent community bank that is committed to making a difference through Hometown Commitment. Member of FDIC.

Cutline for Photo L to R: Melissa Jordan of CBOPC,
WINNER – Wade McTaggert, John Trammell of CBOPC, Chasity Fitzgerald of CBOPC, and WINNER – Demi Turner

On December 7th, 2015 the Travel Club at CBOPC held its Annual Christmas Celebration Dinner at Chattahoochee Technical College. The Travel Club enjoyed a great meal, socialized with each other, and had a fun “White Elephant Gift Exchange” game. At the end of each year CBOPC traditionally awards a $250 Gas Card to 1 lucky individual. Each time a person goes to a travel club meeting throughout the year they may put their name into a box to be drawn out at the year-end Christmas Dinner, and the winner must be present that night to win the gas card. The more Travel Club Events you attend, the better your odds. This year’s event was very well attended so a winner was found on the very first draw. With over 80 in attendance watching and hoping to hear their name called, 1 name was drawn, and we were pleased to announce Mr. Lanier Nelms as this year’s WINNER of the $250 Gas Card. He and his wife have attended nearly every event for many years and Mrs. Nelms was actually last year’s winner of the $250 Gas Card. Community Bank of Pickens County and its employees would like to Congratulate Mr. Nelms on winning this year’s big drawing. Community Bank of Pickens County is a locally owned and operated, independent community bank that is committed to making a difference through Hometown Commitment. CBOPC was founded in October of 2000 and has two full service locations at 15 Sammy McGhee Blvd. and 65 Cove Rd. in Jasper, GA. 706-253-9600. www.cbopc.com. Member of FDIC.

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 October 2015 donations were collected to support the Pickens County Foster Children. Community Bank of Pickens County is a locally owned and operated, independent community bank that is committed to making a difference through Hometown Commitment. CBOPC was founded in October of 2000 and has two full service locations at 15 Sammy McGhee Blvd. and 65 Cove Rd. in Jasper, GA. www.cbopc.com. Member of FDIC.

Cutline for photo: Nicholoe Ward from CBOPC presents a check to Shane Grizzle with Pickens County Foster Children.

The Boys & Girls Club of Pickens County has done a tremendous job of raising funds for the new facility that will serve the students of Pickens County. CBOPC is partnering with the Boys & Girls Club of Pickens County to sponsor a room in their new facility that will give high school aged students a place to relax, learn, explore career opportunities, and gain financial education so that they are prepared for life after high school. The new Boys & Girls Club will offer many opportunities for our youth of Pickens County to have fun learning and interacting with each other in a safe environment that is located behind the recreation center at Roper Park. CBOPC feels it is important to give young people every opportunity to be successful and is happy to support this worthy cause. There are still opportunities for you to help this club meet its fundraising needs to complete the project. If you are interested in helping please contact Michele Brackin, Executive Director of Boys & Girls Club of Pickens County at 678-773-1146.
Community Bank of Pickens County is a locally owned community bank with two full service locations at 15 Sammy McGhee Blvd. and 65 Cove Rd. in Jasper, Ga. They can be reached at 706-253-9600 or online at www.cbopc.com. Member FDIC.

Cutline for photo (L to R):
Michele Brackin of Boys & Girls Club receives a check from Jarod Trammell of CBOPC surrounded by CBOPC Staff Members.

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