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 intended to bring together both justice and equity. In signing the bill, President Johnson proclaimed, “At long […]

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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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12/19/2018: Virginia Delegate presents a resolution in memory of Carter Bank & Trust’s founder, Worth Harris Carter Jr.

  Virginia Delegate presents a resolution in memory of Carter Bank & Trust’s founder, Worth Harris Carter Jr. Virginia Delegate Les Adams, representing the 16th House District, presented a Virginia General Assembly Joint Resolution, honoring the life of its founder, Worth Harris Carter Jr. Carter, 79, passed away unexpectedly on April 7, 2017, of cancer. […]

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12/14/2018: Boones Mill Branch supports Family Resource Center in Franklin County

In lieu of a Christmas party and gifts for each other, the Boones Mill branch adopted a family from the Family Resource Center in Franklin County, Virginia. The family is a single mother of two children, a three-year-old girl and an eight-year-old boy with autism. “We found it to be a blessing that we could provide this […]

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12/12/2018: Diana Hiatt spoke to kindergardners at B. H. Tharrington Primary School

  Mount Airy branch’s Diana Hiatt spoke to B. H. Tharrington Primary School’s kindergartners on how to save and earn money. She read Lemonade in the Winter, a book about a brother and sister, who opened a lemonade stand to earn money.  After reading the book, Diana spoke to the children about what they could do […]

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