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They're Moving on Up!The Bank of Marion logo

Jason Null has been promoted to Assistant Vice President and Brent Dyson has been promoted to Assistant Vice President and Business Development Officer with our bank. We’re proud of them for their fine work, their accomplishments and their exemplary customer service. We are sure they will excel in their new positions.

Garnet Lester, a Cedar Bluff native with many years of banking experience, will join us on April 6 as Branch Manager at The Bank Glade Spring. Garnet replaces Brent Dyson at that position. We welcome Garnet to our banking family.


Employee Anniversary CelebrationsThe Bank of Marion logo

We’re celebrating five employee anniversaries this week:
Carla Wallace at the Bank of Honaker – 27 years
Joanie Russell at The Bank of Chilhowie – 15 years 
Phoebe Heath at our Main Office in Marion – 14 years
Jean Dean at The Royal Oak Branch in Marion – 13 years
Melissa Cook, also at our Main Office – 8 years

Congratulations and thanks for your hard work, loyalty and
exemplary customer service!


Wythe-Bland Young Professionals Finally Friday Mixer
When: April 10  5:30 p.m.
Where: Wohlfahrt Haus, Wytheville, Virginia


The Wytheville-Wythe-Bland Chamber of Commerce presents another in aseries of networking opportunities on Friday, April 10 from 5:30 until 7:00 p.m. at Wohlfahrt Haus, 170 Malin Drive in Wytheville. For more information, contact Jennifer W. Atwell, Chamber Executive Director at 276.223.3365


Barter on Tour: Road to Appomattox                  
When: April 18  7:30 p.m.
Where: The Lincoln Theatre, Marion, Virginia

It’s April, 1865. Confederate troops can no longer hold Richmond and General Robert E. Lee must evacuate his men. The Army of Northern Virginia swings west, beginning “Lee’s Final Retreat.” Fast forward. It’s now 2015; “Beau” Weeks and his wife Jenny are retracing the steps of Lee’s army in hopes of finding Beau’s roots through his family history. But will this confrontation of history bring renewal, or will it end his marriage to Jenny? Join the adventure and passion on Saturday, April 18 at The Lincoln Theatre in Historic Downtown Marion, Virginia.
www.thelincoln.org


Unbroken Circle - Bristol's Music in Motion
When: April 11 & 12
Where: The Paramount Center for the Arts

Bristol Ballet in cooperation with the Birthplace of Country Music presents Unbroken CircleóBristolís Music in Motion at the Paramount Center for the Arts on April 11 at 7:30 p.m. and April 12 at 2:30 p.m.

Ballet meets the Bristol Sessions with recorded and live music for the dance performances. The Empty Bottle String Band, composed of former and current members of the East Tennessee State University Bluegrass, Old-Time, and Country Music program, will perform a variety of music. Tickets may be purchased at The Paramount Center for the Arts box office or online at TheParamountCenter.com.


2015 Smyth County Opportunity Fair
When: Friday, April 10
Where: Chilhowie Christian Church Gymnasium

The 2015 Smyth County Opportunity Fair will bring together employers, education and training professionals, entrepreneur resources and volunteer organizations to showcase employment, training and volunteer opportunities in the County and region. The Fair will be held in the Chilhowie Christian Church Gymnasium Friday, April 10 from 12 noon until 5 p.m.

Additional sponsors are need the sponsorship deadline has been extended until March 27. The deadline for exhibitor registration is April 3.

Additional information is available from Heather Mash at the Chamber of Commerce of Smyth County: hmash@smythchamber.org 276.783.3161

 

 

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