Staunton Living Guide

PRESS RELEASE: F&M Bank Welcomes Paul Eberly as Vice President, Agricultural and Rural Programs Leader

PRESS RELEASE: F&M Bank Welcomes Paul Eberly as Vice President, Agricultural and Rural Programs Leader For Immediate Release January 16,…
Nonprofit Resources

The F&M Bank Guide to the Best Nonprofit Resources in the Shenandoah Valley and Beyond!

At F&M Bank, community has always come first. We understand the valuable role nonprofits play in creating thriving towns and communities. That’s…
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F&M Bank Participates in Scholarship Program

During March, Virginia high school seniors will have the opportunity to spend the day shadowing bankers at F&M Bank as part of Bank Day, a statewide…
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Announcing The Virginia Food Truck Battle, Sponsored by F&M Bank

Looking for something fun to do over Labor Day weekend? Come to the 4th Annual Virginia Food Truck Battle on Sunday, 9/2. Looking for something fun…
Staunton Living Guide

F&M Bank Corporate Foundation Sponsors Habitat for Humanity Build

F&M Bank is excited to announce that the F&M Corporate Foundation will be sponsoring a Central Valley Habitat for Humanity home build this summer.…
Explore the thriving winery and brewery scene in the Shenandoah Valley

Ultimate Guide To Shenandoah Valley Wineries, Breweries, Distilleries, Cideries, And Events

Ultimate Guide To Shenandoah Valley Wineries, Breweries, Distilleries, Cideries, And Events We hope you enjoy our comprehensive guide to Shenandoah Valley…
Staunton Living Guide

‘A Real Gift’: Hundreds Of Volunteers Tackle Projects At 26 Sites Across City, County

Nine F&M Bank employees added soil and planted a vegetable garden behind Mercy House, a nonprofit that shelters homeless families while helping them save…
Staunton Living Guide

A Staunton Relocation Guide: Here’s What You Need To Know For A Successful Move

If you’re considering relocating to Staunton or have recently moved to the area, keep reading for everything you need to know about relocating to…
Staunton Living Guide

Bank of Knowledge: Students Learn Ins, Outs of Industry

Eleven high school seniors spent about four hours Thursday learning about banking and didn’t see a single bit of currency. Aaron Green, VP and…