Lowell receives Community Service Award
Morrisville, VT — Community National Bank (CNB) Vice President and Commercial Loan Officer Heather Bradley recently presented Cindy Lowell 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.
Cindy has been a volunteer with the Lamoille Area Cancer Network (LACN) since its inception in 2000. She currently serves as a Board member and is the organization’s Treasurer. Cindy has spent countless hours organizing the Sweetheart’s Dance and Raffle a major fundraiser which has risen over a quarter-million dollars for LACN over the last 15 years. She is an active participant of the LACiNg Up for Cancer walk and is a Board member of Lamoille Home Health and Hospice. Cindy is an inspiration to many and is a true supporter of LACN’s mission to help provide financial assistance to individuals and families in Lamoille County who have been affected by cancer.
Cindy shared that “LACN is run solely by volunteers and 100% of all the proceeds raised go to community members in Lamoille County who have been affected by cancer”.
To celebrate Cindy’s commitment and dedication, we are proud to present her with Community National Bank’s Community Service Award for the third quarter of 2015. 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. Cindy has requested that her donation be made to the Lamoille Area Cancer Network.
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.
Two Community Coat Drives
CNB's Annual Coat Drive (Orleans/Essex)
Community National Bank will be holding an annual coat drive with FREE distribution of items on Saturday, October 24, 2015 from 9:00a.m. to Noon at the Pomerleau Building on Main Street in Newport. The builidng is located next to the Emory Hebard State Office Building.
To donate, please drop off clean, gently used or new item(s) for children or adults to any CNB office location during buisness hours, now through October 23, 2015.
Karen Kitzmiller Coat Drive (Barre/Montpelier)
We will also be partnering with the Karen Kitzmiller Coat Drive again this year. This coat drive held in the Montpelier and Barre areas will also be held on Saturday, October 24, 2015 with FREE distribution at our Barre Office from 9:00a.m. until Noon and at the Montpelier City Hall from 9:00a.m. until 2:00p.m.
To donate, please drop off clean, gently used or new winter item(s) for children or adults to the Montpelier or Barre office locations now through October 23, 2015.
Any leftover items from the coat drives will be donated to outreach programs and distributed to families in need.
Hamilton Joins Community National Bank
Derby, VT—Community National Bank President Stephen P. Marsh is pleased to announce that William “Will” Hamilton has joined the bank as a Commercial Lender.
Will is a native of the Northeast Kingdom and is a graduate of North Country Union High School in Newport and St. Michael’s College in Colchester. He will be responsible for commercial lending and developing business in Chittenden County. Will has fourteen years of experience in finance and has worked as a Commercial Lender for four years. He has taken courses through the Risk Management Association and has attended the Center for Financial Training Commercial Lending School. Will resides in Burlington and is an active member of the community. He has been a member of the Colchester-Milton Rotary Club for three years and currently serves as the club President.
Community National Bank is an independent bank that has been serving its communities since 1851, with offices located in Derby, Derby Line, Island Pond, Barton, Newport, Troy, St. Johnsbury, Montpelier, Barre, Lyndonville, Morrisville and Enosburg Falls. For more information about Community National Bank, please visit our Web site at www.communitynationalbank.com
CNB Donates to the Haskell Free Library
Derby Line, VT—Community National Bank Executive Vice President Kathy Austin recently presented Haskell Free Library Director Nancy Rumery with a donation of $5,000.00.
The Haskell Free Library shares space with the Haskell Opera House found in Derby Line, Vermont and Stanstead, Quebec. The building was constructed in 1901 to provide our border communities a place for learning and cultural enrichment. It’s the only building in the world that is split in two by an international border. The library offers Internet and computer access, downloadable audio and e-books, book clubs, a children’s summer reading program and toddler time. The Haskell Free Library serves communities on both sides of the border and delivers services to its patrons in English and French. To learn more about the Haskell Free Library visit www.haskellopera.com
Community National Bank was organized in 1851 and has 12 office locations throughout northern and central Vermont with locations in Orleans, Essex, Caledonia, Franklin, Lamoille and Washington counties. To learn more about Community National Bank visit www.communitynationalbank.com
DiCarlo Honored with Community Service Award
Jay, VT—Community National Bank Troy Office Supervisor Julie Willis recently presented Kathy DiCarlo 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.
Kathy is very active in her community and is an inspiration to many. She serves as the President of the Jay Focus Group and is instrumental in the group’s fundraising initiatives. She is the driving force behind the group’s Community Service Scholarship given each year to a graduating high school student. Kathy coordinates the Tuesday Light Lunch and Social at the Jay Community Center for area residents. She provides support to the Jay Area Food Shelf by helping with food drives and picking up items donated by local grocery stores. She spends countless hours collecting prizes donated by local businesses and community members for annual fundraising events and raffles. Kathy’s passion to help people and to raise awareness for those in need has benefited the Jay community and the surrounding areas.
To celebrate Kathy’s commitment and dedication to her community, we are proud to present her with Community National Bank’s Community Service Award for the second quarter of 2015. 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. Kathy has requested that her donation be made to the Jay Focus Group. To nominate an “unsung hero” in your community, please visit our Web site at communitynationalbank.com to complete a nomination form.