Mike Wooten, left, of Four Oaks Bank in Smithfield, and Chip Hewett, right, parent of senior player Matt Hewett, prepare hot dogs and hamburgers for the Princeton High School football team. Wooten’s son, Michael, second from left, and teammate Jared Pearce lend a hand.
Mike Wooten, left, of Four Oaks Bank in Smithfield, and Chip Hewett, right, parent of senior player Matt Hewett, prepare hot dogs and hamburgers for the Princeton High School football team. Wooten’s son, Michael, second from left, and teammate Jared Pearce lend a hand. FOUR OAKS BANK
Mike Wooten, left, of Four Oaks Bank in Smithfield, and Chip Hewett, right, parent of senior player Matt Hewett, prepare hot dogs and hamburgers for the Princeton High School football team. Wooten’s son, Michael, second from left, and teammate Jared Pearce lend a hand. FOUR OAKS BANK

Bank helps team launch football season

October 24, 2014 9:16 AM

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