Pigeon Forge, Tennessee (Associated Press)-Country Star Dolly Parton with she The Smoky Mountain business has raised $700,000 to help residents affected by the catastrophic flooding in central Tennessee.
According to Wednesday’s press release, Parton Selected the United Way in Humphreys County to receive and distribute donations she Friend and country music legend Loretta Lynn (Loretta Lynn). A foreman at Lynn Ranch was one of the people killed in the flood.
“I hope this money will be used well to help people in central Tennessee get what they need during their recovery.” Parton Said in a statement.
During the August 21 flood, rural communities received as much as 17 inches (43 cm) of rainfall in less than 24 hours, causing damage to more than 500 houses and 50 businesses.
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