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Representing our Morgantown branch during the Burke County, North Carolina Career Day on May 2, 2019, Sherry Young (left) and Deborah McGhee did a stellar job informing students from four area high schools about careers in banking and opportunities at Carter Bank & Trust. Numerous companies from the region participated. According to Sherry and Deborah, […]Continue Reading..
Carter Bank & Trust hosted a community shred day event on May 11, 2019 at the Downtown South Boston branch. Community members were able to dispose of private documents during this event. Over 4,300 pounds were shredded during this event. Customers and non-customers were very appreciative for the opportunity, making this a huge success in […]Continue Reading..
Retirement planning: Start now to help Social Security, Medicare By AMIE KNOWLES, Special to the Martinsville Bulletin May 17, 2019 Some people start preparing for retirement as soon as they get their first part-time jobs in high school. Others wait until they pay off their largest bills, like house loans, car loans and student loans. […]Continue Reading..
Carter Bank & Trust employees recently worked the first-ever Spring Chicken Festival in historic downtown Siler City on May 4, 2019. This event featured live music, food trucks, classic car show, ferris wheel rides and lots of vendors.Continue Reading..
Carter Bank & Trust employees from the Lincolnton Branch worked a booth during the Spring Fling Community Awareness Fair which was held on May 4, 2019 in Lincolnton, North Carolina. This event included community vendors, music, food and fun for the whole family. The annual Community Awareness Fair offers parents and the community a better […]Continue Reading..