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Derby, VT— Community National Bank President Stephen Marsh is pleased to announce the recent promotion of Amanda Pepin to Senior Credit Analyst. Amanda joined CNB in January 2008, as a Credit Analyst. She has continued her education by taking courses through the Northern New England Center for Financial Training and has attended the Northern New England School of Banking. Amanda has taken several financial statement analysis and risk management courses through the Risk Management Association.  Amanda resides in Troy with her husband Mike, son Travis and daughter Ashley.

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At the beginning of February some of our e-statement customers received paper statements. If you’re an e-statement customer who received a paper statement you will not be charged a paper statement fee and do not need to sign up again for e-statements. Your next statement will be delivered electronically. We apologize for any inconvenience. 

As of Jan. 17, 2015, our Price Chopper office located in St. Johnsbury will no longer be open on Saturdays. Our Memorial Drive office in Lyndonville is open on Saturdays between 8:00 am and 12:00 pm. Please visit Memorial Drive to transact business on Saturdays. Thank you.

Lyndonville, VT—Community National Bank (CNB) Broad Street Office Manager Mary Marceau recently presented Teresa Vasko with CNB’s Community Service Award. This award was developed by the bank to recognize the “unsung heroes” that make our communities better places to work and live.

Teresa has been described as the “very definition of community service”. She has donated countless hours to many organizations in her community. She willingly gives her time to the Lyndon Chamber of Commerce, greeting visitors at the Lyndon Information Booth and helps them navigate the area.

During the months of November and December, Teresa can be found at the Lyndon Holiday Shoppe which promotes and benefits local crafters. In the past, Teresa has crotcheted clothing for teddy bears that were donated to charitable organizations.

Teresa volunteers regularly at the Cobleigh Library teaching children origami and sharing their projects with community members and the residents of Darling Inn’s senior living facility. She has also actively taken part in fundraising efforts to help the Books on Wheels Bookmobile.

She is an active member of the Lyndonville Methodist Church and choir. Teresa makes herself available to transport members of the church to and from activities. She takes the time to make and send cards to members of the church that are not able to get out of their homes, and she is a volunteer at the Pines Rehabilitation Center.

To celebrate Teresa’s commitment and dedication, we are proud to present her with Community National Bank’s Community Service Award for the fourth quarter of 2014.

CNB’s Community Service Award honors and recognizes our recipients by making a $500.00 contribution to a local, non-profit organization of the recipient’s choice. Teresa has requested that her donation be made to the Cobleigh Public Library.

To nominate an “unsung hero” in your community, please visit your local CNB office or visit our Web site at communitynationalbank.com to complete a nomination form.

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Jay, VT—Community National Bank (CNB) Troy Office Supervisor Julie Willis recently presented Kim Lucier with CNB’s Community Service Award. This award was developed by the bank to recognize the “unsung heroes” that make our communities better places to work and live.

Kim has been the Volunteer Director of the Jay Area Community Food Shelf for the past 13 years. She has donated countless hours stocking shelves, delivering food, raising funds and carrying out all administrative duties for the food shelf which serves five communities. Seeing a need for clothing, Kim started accepting items that donors are willing to share. During the holidays she arranges and delivers baskets of food to area families.

When asked about volunteering in the community Kim commented “The Jay Area Food Shelf fills a need for several individuals and families in our small rural communities. We receive strong support from our local municipalities, businesses,  charitable organizations and individuals that recognize the need for a food shelf in the Jay area.”

To celebrate Kim’s commitment and dedication, we are proud to present her with Community National Bank’s Community Service Award for the third quarter of 2014.

CNB’s Community Service Award honors and recognizes our recipients by making a $500.00 contribution to a local, non-profit organization of the recipient’s choice. Kim has requested that her donation be made to the Jay Area Community Food Shelf.  The food shelf is open on Thursdays from 9:00a.m. to noon. For more information about the food shelf or how to donate please visit www.jayvt.com. To nominate an “unsung hero” in your community, please visit your local CNB office or visit our Web site at communitynationalbank.com to complete a nomination form.Community National Bank has been serving Vermont communities since 1851 with 14 office locations throughout Vermont in Derby, Barre, Barton, Derby Line, Enosburg Falls, Island Pond, Lyndonville, Montpelier, Morrisville, Newport, St. Johnsbury and Troy.

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