Another country star is being honored with a corn maze this fall.  But Dolly Parton’s agricultural tribute is focused on her charitable efforts.  Radio.com says the Mayfield Farm in Athens, Tennessee has cut a path through the corn stalks celebrating the 10th anniversary of the country legend’s Imagination Library in the region.  McMinn County, Tennessee created their branch of Parton’s literacy project in 2004.  A special celebration is set for Mayfield Farm’s Dolly Parton Imagination Library Corn Maze on Saturday, while the maze is expected to be open to visitors next week.

Dolly established the Imagination Library in 1996 to provide a new, age-appropriate book to children every month for the first five years of their lives.  More than 700-thousand children are now registered with the Imagination Library, which has distributed more than 40-million books.  But Dolly isn’t the only country star with a corn maze dedicated to them this fall.  Florida-Georgia Line provides the image for the 2014 Corn Dawgs Corn Maze in Loganville, Georgia.