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Jeffrey Moore appointed to Community National Bank boards

Vermont Business Magazine Community National Bank and Community Bancorp President and Chief Executive Officer Kathryn M Austin has announced the appointment of Jeffrey Moore to the Boards of Directors of Community Bancorp and Community National Bank. Moore was appointed to the Boards on Wednesday, October 10, 2018, to be effective January 1, 2019. He will serve on the Corporate Governance/Nominating Committee of the Company’s Board and the Risk Management Committee of the Bank’s Board.

Jeffrey Moore is the owner and President of Quest Transportation, a freight logistics company based in St Johnsbury, Vermont. He launched the business in 1985 after working at St Johnsbury Trucking for three years. Looking at supply chain logistics, he recognized the need for a freight broker and created a national freight network. As an innovator and entrepreneur, Moore continued to expand his business interests. In 2008, he created Pellets Now, a wholesale distributor of bio-energy fuels, and in 2014, Moore assumed the position of General Manager of Wells River Chevrolet in Wells River, Vermont, testing the waters for possible ownership.

Exhibit now open to the public

The traveling Hometown Teams exhibit from the Smithsonian Institution is now open to the public in its latest home in Aurora. Celebrated with a ribbon-cutting event last Saturday, the exhibit will be in town until January 27 at 118 East Church Street.

Hosting this exhibit are the Houn’ Dawg Alumni an Outreach Center, in cooperation with the Missouri Humanities Council and the Smithsonian as part of the Museum on Main Street program. Co-hosting this special event is Shawn Darst of Darst Heating and Cooling in Aurora, owner of the building in which the exhibit is housed.

Aurora was selected by the Missouri Humanities Council last year to host “Hometown Teams” as part of the Museum on Main Street program a national, state and local partnership to bring exhibitions and programs to rural cultural organizations as a free service to the public.

Locally, several community partners have stepped forward to help promote and provide the needs entailed in hosting such an event. Co-directors at the local level are Kim McCully-Mobley and Brad Boettler. Additional committee members include Marcia Sadler, Michele Parbury, Jack Muench, Paul Ward, Bob Journagan, Drew McNatt, Shawn Darst and Jake McCully. Additional partners are the Aurora Chamber of Commerce, Main Street Aurora, First Independent Bank, Community National Bank, Arvest Bank, Darst Heating and Cooling, Aurora Rotary, The Aurora Advertiser, Liberty Utilities/Empire District Electric, KSWM/KKBL Radio, Houn’ Dawg Sports, Pettit and Pettit Law Offices, Service Vending, Newbold and Newbold, Journagan True Value, Parkway Hardware, Hogtide Barbecue, the Youth Empowerment Project and Drury Dual Credit Leadership class in cooperation with Aurora Schools.

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