In front of the ever-growing woodpile at his Lake Stevens home, Shane McDaniel holds a bag of Lay’s potato chips that bears his likeness. The chips are sold at stores nationwide as part of Lay’s “Operation Smile” advertising campaign. (Contributed photo)

In front of the ever-growing woodpile at his Lake Stevens home, Shane McDaniel holds a bag of Lay’s potato chips that bears his likeness. The chips are sold at stores nationwide as part of Lay’s “Operation Smile” advertising campaign. (Contributed photo)

The Lake Stevens woodchopper’s latest gig: potato-chipping

Shane McDaniel’s face is on bags of two flavors of Lay’s chips as part of Operation Smile.

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