December 7, 2018-Bedford Branch Manager, Stephanie Cessna delivers a monetary donation to the Bedford Food Outreach (Top Left) and Bedford Food Pantry (Top Right) after a week of collecting food and donations. Jo Corle, Claysburg Branch Manager,delivered a monetary donation to the Claysburg Food Pantry (Bottom Left) and Joy Campbell, Martinsburg's Branch Manager, delivered their monetary donation to the Martinsburg Food Bank (Bottom Right).
September 14, 2018- Hometown Bank opens in Martinsburg, PA-Ribbon Cutting Ceremony.
April, 2018-Press Release!
HOMETOWN BANK of PA BANK RECEIVES RECOGNITION AWARD
FOR 10-YEAR CHARTER ANNIVERSARY
Bedford – Hometown Bank of Pennsylvania, was recognized for celebrating its 10-year charter anniversary at the Pennsylvania Bankers Association (PA Bankers) Group 6 meeting held on April 12 at The Calvin House in Duncansville, Pa. PA Bankers recognizes member charter anniversaries every five years from the date of an institution’s charter.
Hometown Bank of Pennsylvania was organized in 2007 as the only locally owned and managed financial institution in Bedford County. Together with Ms. Manges and Mr. Helsel, members of the Board of Directors include Don DeArment, Robert Appleby, John Corle, Mark Kelly, Barry Ressler and Todd Roadman. The Bank offers a wide range of financial products and services. The Bank initially opened in 2007 with a branch in Everett and later that same year opened a branch in Bedford. In September 2017, the Bank opened its third branch, which is located in Claysburg. As of its 2017 annual financial statement, the Bank reported assets of $159 million.
The Pennsylvania Bankers Association, located in Harrisburg, is the state’s leading banking trade association representing an expansive and diverse membership. The Association offers extensive continuing education programs, government relations representation on behalf of the industry, and provides numerous products and services for banks and their employees.
January, 2018- Press Release! CLICK HERE!
December, 2017-The Bedford County Regional Education Foundation gratefully accepted a $10,000 Educational Improvement Tax Credit donation from Hometown Bank of PA. The donation will assist the Foundation in providing tuition assistance to high school juniors and seniors who take Early College classes through the Bedford County Campus of Allegany College of Maryland. More than 200 high school students participate in the Early College program each semester. Many Early College students finish high school with a diploma and 6 to 12 college credits that may be utilized to complete a degree at Allegany College of Maryland or transferred to other colleges and universities. Since 2003, the Foundation have given more than $672,000 to Early College students.
Seated in the picture from left to right: Dan Koontz, Chair, Bedford County Regional Education Foundation; Beth Manges, President and Chief Executive Office, Hometown Bank of PA
Standing from left to right: Leah Pepple, Director of PA Advancement and Community Relations, ACM; Elaine Barfield, Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Hometown Bank of PA; Bonnie Redinger, Senior Vice President and Chief Operations Officer, Hometown Bank of PA; David Jones, Vice President of Advancement and Community Relations, ACM
December, 2017- Press Release-CLICK HERE!
September, 2017- Hometown Bank opens a new branch in Claysburg!