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CITIZENS BANK HIRES NEW COMPLIANCE & INFORMATION SECURITY OFFICER

Citizens Bank of West Virginia President & CEO Nathaniel S. Bonnell recently announced the hiring of Daniel Ware as Compliance and Information Security Officer. Ware will be charged with administering the physical security of the bank as well as serving as designated Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) and Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) Officer.

Ware has been in banking for 22 years having held previous positions as a Security Officer, Model Risk Officer, Assistant BSA Officer, Vendor Program Manager, and on an IT and Security Team.

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Kump Center Education donation check
KUMP EDUCATION CENTER RECEIVES FUNDING FROM CITIZENS BANK TO OFFER TARGETED TUTORING PROGRAM

ELKINS-The Kump Education Center is set to begin a new targeted tutoring program for twenty elementary students this month thanks to the financial support of Citizens Bank of West Virginia. The KEC is offering ten weeks of afterschool tutoring on basic math and reading skills, which will help prepare fourth and fifth-grade students for year-end testing.

“Our goal is to provide a safe and successful spring season of helping children develop better academic skills,” said KEC Executive Director Heather Biola. Trained tutors will provide one-on-one assistance to students who their teachers had recommended. The tutoring will occur in the Altice Learning Lab at the Kump Education Center, and proper Covid-19 protocol will be followed.

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Group photo of Emerging Leaders Scholarship Recipient Announcement
NORTH MARION SENIOR SELECTED FOR EMERGING LEADERS SCHOLARSHIP TO D&E

Elkins – North Marion High School senior and American Legion Auxiliary West Virginia Girls State Governor Sidney Megna has been selected as the inaugural winner of the Citizens Bank of West Virginia Emerging Leaders Scholarship to Davis & Elkins College. Megna was among 101 West Virginia students vying for the four-year scholarship that includes tuition, room and board with an approximate value of $160,000.

Megna learned of her selection Wednesday when her parents, Nick and Heather Megna, and a WDTV news crew, along with representatives from D&E, Citizens Bank and the Marion County Board of Education showed up at her school.

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