One Woodsboro Volunteer Spotlight - May 2022
Categories: Colleague News
At Woodsboro Bank, one of our core values is commitment to our community. Our mission of serving Frederick County is not limited to financial matters. Each year the bank supports a wide variety of philanthropic, cultural, and charitable organizations for the betterment of the community. All colleagues receive 24 paid hours of volunteer time each year. That’s 24 regular working hours they can put back into the community without taking time off!
Our colleagues take our values to heart and go above and beyond giving back to our community. We are proud of the work they do and want to show our appreciation by highlighting a Woodsboro Bank colleague volunteer monthly.
This month’s One Woodsboro Volunteer Spotlight is Tanya Miller, Relationship Banker at our Monocacy Village Office. Tanya has been involved with the 4 County Lions Club of Mt. Airy for over 13 years. She has held the positions of President, Secretary, and Board Member. Tanya currently serves as second Vice President and is the upcoming First Vice President. The mission of all Lions Clubs International is to support five global causes of diabetes, environment, vision, hunger, and childhood cancer.
The club participates in multiple ways to raise money to give back to our community. Their largest event of the year is the 4 County Lions Community Carnival. Tanya is serving as Chairperson of the carnival for the fifth year. The carnival is held during the first week of June at the Mt. Airy Carnival Grounds and has nightly entertainment, ride-all-night events, food, and fun for all ages. All proceeds from the carnival go back into the community to help those in need.
Tanya has a passion for volunteering and giving back to the community. “There was once a when I needed help. The love and kindness my family received will never be forgotten,” Tanya says, “I want to show my children how much love, kindness, and compassion there is in our world.” Thank you to Tanya for all your hard work and dedication to improving our community!
Photos courtesy of the 4 County Lions Club.