Country News: Dolly Parton Hits Remarkable Milestone
Dolly Parton's charity, Imagination Library, just hit a remarkable milestone by giving away it's 100 millionth book. The book that reached that number was her own Coat of Many Colors. The book was also given to the Library of Congress In D.C. According to tasteofcountry.com Parton started the charity in 1995 and began by donating books in her home state of Tennessee and it spread f all over the world.
Kalie Shorr, from Portland, Maine just found out she is going to make the Grand Ole Opry debut and according to tasteofcountry.com the first person she called was her mom. She will hit the Opry stage on March 31st and mom said she would be there.
Craig Morgan is opening up about his son Jerry's death. Morgan says he was a happy, joyful boy who overcame great obstacles to thrive in school, sports and life. He said his son had a positive impact on everyone he met. Jerry's death inspired Morgan's current projects, a store in Dickson, Tenn. called Gallery at Morgan Farms and a UP TV show called Morgan Family Strong which debuts tonight.