BLAKE SHELTON HELPS TAKE CARE OF PROBLEMS AT HOME

Blake Shelton is donating some of his personal items to the local American Red Cross chapter in his hometown.

The goal is to raise $30,000 for the people of Pontotoc Country in Ada, Oklahoma, and Blake has autographed several items to be auctioned off, including a pair of jeans, a T-shirt, a baseball cap and a copy of his debut album.

"There's a song on my album called 'Problems at Home,' " says Blake. "It makes me think of what's going on with the Red Cross in Pontotoc County. We need to all pull together and get the funds we need to take care of the people at home."

The auction will run until the first week in August, and proceeds are to go directly to the Pontotoc County Chapter of the American Red Cross. To place a bid, call (580) 332-2402. To view the items up for auction, visit www.BlakeShelton.com

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