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ICBA Recognizes North Valley Bank for 35 Years of Membership

Washington, D.C. (August 2012)- The independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) recognizes North Valley Bank in Zanesville, Ohio, for reaching an important milestone as an ICBA member. This marks the community bank's 35th year as a member of ICBA, the only national trade association dedicated exclusively to serving the needs of the nation's more than 7,000 community banks.

"ICBA is fortunate to have North Valley Bank as a member of the association for 35 years," said Camden R. Fine, ICBA President and CEO. "Community banks such as North Valley Bank are relationship bankers that are passionately committed to serving the needs of their local customers and communities. It's community banks like North Valley Bank that drive economic stability and prosperity on Main Street and make their communities a better place to work and live."

Community banks reinvest in their communities every day because they are an integral part of the economic, financial and civic fabric of thousands of towns and cities across America. They are common-sense lenders that do right by their customers and exist solely to serve the needs of their local customers and communities.

"As an ICBA member, North Valley Bank is proud to part of the nationwide network of community banks that advocate on behalf of this great industry and its valued customers," said Mr. Fred A. O'Dell, President and CEO of North Valley Bank. "North Valley Bank looks forward to continuing its role with ICBA to help strengthen and preserve the community banking industry so that consumers across the nation can experience the difference of working with a local community bank for years to come."

Of more than 7,000 community banks across the country, nearly 5,000 are ICBA members. Representing more than 24,000 locations nationwide and employing nearly 300,000 Americans, ICBA members hold more than $1.2 trillion in assets, $1 trillion in deposits and nearly $750 billion in loans to consumers, small businesses and the agricultural community.

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