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"Hometown People, Hometown Spirit"" is more than just a motto to First National Bank of Winnsboro.

Our employees can be seen all around the community as they volunteer their time to youth sports, hospice care, the Winnsboro Art Center, Boy Scouts, Raider Pride Booster Club, Relay For Life, Volunteer Fire Department, various cemetery boards, Vo-Ag Booster Club, Band Boosters, Autumn Trails pageants and events, the Winnsboro & Winona Chamber of Commerce, and the Winnsboro Rodeo Association, to name a few. We also contribute to our local churches as Sunday school teachers, choir & handbell members, a church deacon, and even serve on the churches' financial committees. 

Giving back to our community is very important to First National Bank of Winnsboro. A scholarship program is sponsored each year for graduating seniors from the Winnsboro & Winona High Schools. A "Pays for A's" program is offered also as an incentive for students to make good grades. First National Bank also provides financial education to the local students and serves as a mentor for high school job interview applicants. The Little Dribblers basketball program is also supported along with the baseball, softball, soccer, and football programs, along with the Winnsboro Elementary Track & Field Day. Graduating high school students are also rewarded with a fun-filled day at the end of the school year. Our latest endeavors have been a school supply drive benefiting the local schools, serving as host for several community blood drives, and assisting with the local Christmas toy and food drive.

Another way the bank gives back to the community is by hosting a customer appreciation dinner. This has become an annual event usually hosted in the Fall. It is a way of thanking our bank customers in which over 600 people are served good food, good music, and enjoy a special night of fellowship.

Yes, "Hometown People, Hometown Spirit" is more than just a motto! We're happy to be a part of this wonderful community, and even more proud to call it home.