Waldorf, Maryland, October 31, 2011 - Giving back to the community is a Community Bank of Tri-County tradition. For the seventh consecutive year, Community Bank of Tri-County employees participated in the annual United Way Day of Caring events held throughout Southern Maryland including Calvert, Charles, and St. Mary's counties.
"Our commitment to our community is constantly exhibited through the volunteer efforts of our employees," said Michael Middleton, Chief Executive Officer of Community Bank of Tri-County. "Our participation in the Day of Caring is one example of that support. This has become a wonderful tradition of giving back to our community."
The United Way Day of Caring is a community-wide event benefiting non-profit agencies in Southern Maryland. Each year, Day of Caring brings together generous, community-focused people under the common mission of creating positive change in the lives of children, families and seniors in our community.
"Day of Caring has become a highly anticipated event. Each year, the dedication from the local businesses and volunteers continues to have a substantial impact on non-profit organizations in our area. Day of Caring is an event that truly represents the compassion and kindness found in our community," said Georgia Bennett, United Way of Charles County Board Member.
Community Bank of Tri-County is the oldest independent financial institution headquartered in Southern Maryland with ten branches and over $900 million in assets. Community Bank of Tri-County branches are conveniently located throughout Charles, Calvert, and St. Mary's counties in Maryland and will be opening an eleventh branch in King George, Virginia in 2012.