02/22/2019: Carter Bank & Trust Host Book Drive for Total Action for Progress

Nine Roanoke Branches at Carter Bank & Trust organized individual book drives to support Total Action for Progress (TAP). The staff at each branch donated books and also engaged customers to be involved to support TAP. Branches collected and donated a total of 3,076 books in one week. TAP will sell a portion of the books […]

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02/14/2019: Carter Bank & Trust Employees support Liberty University’s Women’s and Men’s Basketball Teams

Carter Bank & Trust employees came out to support Liberty University’s women’s and men’s basketball teams on Saturday, February 9. Officially referred to as Carter Bank & Trust Game Sponsor, nearly 160 employees in total cheered for the Flames as they took on the Eagles of Florida Gulf Coast University. The Lady Flames lost to the undefeated Eagles by one point, 61 to […]

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02/08/2019: Reidsville Chamber of Commerce recognizes Kassy Wilson and Julie Hamrick as Ambassadors of the Year

    During its Annual Awards Luncheon on February 7, the Reidsville Chamber of Commerce recognized Reidsville Branch Manager Kassy Wilson and Commercial Loan Assistant Julie Hamrick with one of its highest annual honors, Ambassadors of the Year, for their Chamber leadership and commitment to the success of the organization.         Pictured left […]

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01/30/2019: Mortgage Team Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968

The Carter Bank Mortgage loan team recently celebrated the 50th anniversary of Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968, commonly known as the Fair Housing Act, at our Southwest Virginia office. As envisioned, the Fair Housing Act is intented to bring together both justice and equity. In signing the bill, President Johnson proclaimed, “At long last, fair […]

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01/04/2019: Community Banking Relationship Manager Recognized for Serving on the United Way of Henry County & Martinsville Board

Community Banking Relationship Manager Jackie Hughes was recognized recently for serving for five years on the board of the United Way of Henry County & Martinsville. Between 2013 to 2018, Jackie served on the community investment committee and volunteered with Dollars & Sense, a  financial literacy fair for high school juniors and seniors. Through these efforts, Jackie vetted […]

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