MAYBE THEY'LL CALL IT PAISLEY PARK

Brad Paisley may be a national country star, but he hasn't forgotten his roots. Brad recently donated an undisclosed amount of money to help build a skate park in his home state of West Virginia after receiving a letter from 15-year-old Nathan Mey, who told Brad local Wheeling, W.V. kids have nowhere to skate. Brad - who himself owns a skateboard - made his donation to the Wheeling Skate Park Committee. The 20,000-square-feet facility is estimated to cost between $200,000 and $250,000, and would be the first free concrete skate park in West Virginia. Brad is also giving back to folks in the Wheeling area with a benefit concert Jan. 15 for victims of September's flooding in the Ohio Valley.

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