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Saturday September 5th, 2015 1:48AM

White County Rotary presents Dolly with Cabbage Patch baby

By Staff
PIGEON FORGE, TN - During the Rotary District 6910 annual Conference in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee this past weekend, the Rotary Club of White County presented a special Cabbage Patch Kid to Dolly Parton.

This one of a kind "Baby Dolly," which was made in the likeness of Dolly Parton, was approved and signed by Cabbage Patch Kids Founder, Xavier Roberts.

In March, Rotary International announced a partnership with Dolly Parton and her Imagination Library where they mail one book per month to each enrolled child from the time of their birth until they enter kindergarten. During a special presentation, Director of Communications for Babyland General Hospital and the Cabbage Patch Kids Margaret McLean presented the Cabbage Patch Kid to Dolly. The entertainer signed the official adoption paper plus took the "Oath of Adoption," making her the newest Cabbage Patch parent.

McLean said, â
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