TAO: Drum Heart


The bank is the sponsor of the TAO: Drum Heart show at The Gallo Center for the Arts. It is the fourth sponsored show of the season.

This is the latest production from the internationally-acclaimed percussion artists who have graced the Gallo Center stage multiple times to the delight of every audience. Their modern, high-energy performances showcasing the ancient art of Japanese drumming have transfixed audiences worldwide. TAO: Drum Heart create an energetic and unforgettable production.

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Ronnie Milsap


The bank is the sponsor of the Ronnie Milsap show at The Gallo Center for the Arts. It is the third sponsored show of the season.
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The First Tee San Joaquin

Oak Valley Community Bank recently made a donation and presented a check to The First Tee San Joaquin.

The First Tee is a youth development organization introducing the game of golf and its inherent values to young people. Through after school and in-school programs, First Tee helps shape the lives of young people from all walks of life by reinforcing values like integrity, respect, and perseverance through the game of golf.

The donation will help ensure that children in need receive golf equipment and financial assistance to participate in First Tee programs.

Each year, the bank hosts a bowl-a-thon to support our fundraising campaign for the United Way throughout Stanislaus and San Joaquin Counties. This year marked the 12th consecutive year of the bowl-a-thon. The event was held in Manteca and slightly over $6,000 was raised to support United Way!

United Way focuses on opportunities that improve the quality of life throughout our communities by partnering with and supporting programs that enhance and improve education, financial stability as well as healthy individuals and families.

Special thanks to everyone who participated and donated to support United Way.

The bank had the opportunity to volunteer with Second Harvest Food Bank this past Halloween in collaboration with Trinity Presbyterian Church in Modesto. Second Harvest brought their Mobile Fresh Truck full of grocery items to give to needy families in a Modesto. neighborhood.

We would like to thank Janis Powers, Mike Rodrigues, their spouses, and Samantha Riggs for volunteering and handing out fresh produce and grocery items to kids and families. They got to show off their spirit and dress up in costumes, while making families smile!

The Mobile Fresh truck served about 500 kids and families this Halloween. To learn more about the Mobile Fresh Truck and their serving areas, click here.

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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