Britney Via, a teller at the Bath County branch in Hot Springs, has been a part of the Highlands Community Bank family since May 2020. She demonstrates a solid commitment to both her role and the local community. Whether it’s handling teller duties or ensuring protection against fraud, Britney goes the extra mile to assist our customers in any way possible.[Read more…] about Employee Spotlight: Britney Via, Teller
Missy Shifflett is Branch Manager and Loan Officer at Highlands Community Bank Hot Springs Branch. As a valued member of our team, Missy brings years of experience, expertise and support, and a deep understanding of her community and those that inhabit it.[Read more…] about Employee Spotlight: Missy Shifflett, Branch Manager & Loan Officer
Life is full of changes. Right here in the Alleghany Highlands community, we’ve seen lots of change in the last couple of years as folks have been navigating through the aftermath of the pandemic. In addition to small businesses, we’ve noticed that many big banks have been closing up shop in the Highlands area. Without bank branches being easily accessible, many have been left wondering what to do.[Read more…] about The Difference When Choosing Highlands Community Bank
Happy Fall, y’all! We are so excited that Autumn is finally here! How about you?! There are just so many fun events and activities to do at this time of year, like looking at all the Fall foliage. We may be biased, but there’s truly nothing like the views here in the Alleghany Highlands. Not to mention the community itself! We have so many fantastic, locally-owned shops and restaurants that help make this area we know and love. Moreover, they are worth visiting. So we put together a list of some of our favorite places here to help you plan out the perfect Autumn adventure![Read more…] about Plan a Fall Foliage Trip to the Highlands
We truly cannot believe we got here. As of September 2022, Highlands Community Bank has been open for 20 years and we could not be more proud.[Read more…] about 20 Years Rooted in the Highlands
For the last three years, it seems our world has been hit with countless crises. There have been numerous catastrophic events that have affected us on a global scale, such as the COVID-19 pandemic and the Russian-Ukraine war.
With everything that is happening at this time, it’s so important for communities to band together for the greater good. Families are struggling with health concerns and inflation and may be feeling distraught with having the face the aftermath of these crises. Many folks want to help but don’t know how. As your community bank and neighbors, we’d like to offer a few ideas on how you can help the community heal through the gift of giving.[Read more…] about Tips to Better the Community Without Breaking the Bank