There is always something new and exciting going on around the bank and we want to make sure you’re aware of what your bank is involved in and doing in the communities we serve. This “Branching Out” extension from our website will be here for you to visit and get up to date information about bank projects, activities, sponsorships, and community events in the cities we call home.

Battle of the Paddles

Oak Valley Community Bank was proud to sponsor and participant in the ultimate ping pong tournament benefitting the Boys and Girls Clubs of Stanislaus County.

Over 50 local business teams battled it out on the ping-pong tables in an effort to raise money for the Boys and Girls Clubs. The event held at Modesto Centre Plaza and was complete Food and bar stations, competitive and non-competitive games and other activities. All proceeds benefitted local youth in Stanislaus County.

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Making Strides 2017

Making Strides 2017

For the seventh consecutive year, Oak Valley Community Bank was a proud Flagship Sponsor of the annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer (MSABC) walk. The event was held in Modesto in front of the Gallo Center for the Arts.

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An Afternoon with Paul Anka

Paul Anka

 

The Bank is a sponsor of the 2017-2018 Season. Paul Anka is the second sponsored show of the season.

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Oak Valley has partnered with Iron Mountain to have a Community Shred Day.

If you missed out on the first event, don’t worry, the second Community Shred Day will be held on September 15 at the Manteca Branch191 West North Street.

We would like to encourage our customers to take advantage of this opportunity and protect their identity by securely destroying unwanted documents.

Iron Mountain will be onsite to assist in the shredding process. Customers are allowed to shred up to three boxes of confidential information for FREE.

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Scotty McCreery

Scotty McCreery

The Bank is sponsoring the 2017-2018 Season as a Series Sponsor. Scotty McCreery is the first sponsored show of the season.

At age 17, McCreery became one of country music’s hottest new stars. McCreery, American country singer who won the tenth season of American Idol, has since debuted three consecutive albums and has album sales reaching $3 million. His first album, Clear as Day, went Platinum and included such hits as “I Love You This Big” “See You Tonight” “The Trouble with Girls” and more.


On June 14, United Way of San Joaquin held a Mini-Grant Awards Presentation at the Manteca Branch. This year, United Way distributed $10,000 to six local non-profits in the Manteca, Lathrop, Escalon, and Ripon areas. The funds raised came from the Flapjack Breakfast and the Wine, Chocolate & Art events that were held in 2016.

Special thanks to United Way Community Council Co-Chair and Board Member, Debbie Baglietto and staff for their continued support!