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    Nashville Music Teacher Uses Dolly Parton's Life Story & Songs To Shape Students' Lives

    Nashville elementary school music teacher Alice is teaching her students important life lessons using the songs and history of Dolly Parton. Alice dials-in and shares how her students find themselves in Dolly's music and journey. Pilot Pen awards Alice $1,000 for her amazing work as an educator. Be unstoppable with the go-to pens of The Kelly Clarkson Show, the smooth G2 and erasable FriXion by Pilot. https://powertothepen.com/

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    Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library Helped Blind Child Become Braille Literate

    Since launching the program in 1995, Dolly Parton's Imagination Library has given away over 200 million books to deserving children around the world. One of those children is six-year-old Rosie, who is blind, and received braille books from the Imagination Library. Rosie and her mom Liz share how Dolly's program impacted their lives, and Rosie sings "Amazing Grace" and "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" with Dolly and Kelly!

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    Dolly Parton Shares Stories Behind Greatest Hits: 'Hard Candy Christmas,' 'Two Doors Down' & More

    "I was just feeling sorry for myself, because they were eating fried clams and I wasn't." Dolly Parton dishes on her new greatest hits album "Diamonds & Rhinestones," and shares the amazing stories behind some of the featured songs, including "Hard Candy Christmas," "Two Doors Down," and "I Will Always Love You."