WESTERLY, R.I. (AP) — A Rhode Island farm is using a corn maze to make singer Taylor Swift feel welcome in the state where she owns a vacation home.
WLNE-TV (http://bit.ly/19oAXvs ) reports that farmer Richard Manfredi cut the words "Welcome Taylor" into his 8-acre corn maze in Westerly. Swift owns a beach home in the coastal town.
The words of welcome are accompanied by the shape of a large guitar cut into the corn.
Manfredi created the message with the help of three others. He says he did it to be a good neighbor.
Swift has already proven to be a good neighbor. She donated a guitar for a charity auction in West Warwick in August that raised money for a local scholarship and a memorial to the 2003 Station nightclub fire victims.
Information from: WLNE-TV, http://www.abc6.com
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