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Timberlake donates $200,000
Source: canoe.ca
Posted on: March 25, 2008 05:14 MST
Filed under: Pop, Celebs

Justin Timberlake

MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Justin Timberlake has made two separate donations of $100,000 each to the Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum and the Memphis Music Foundation.

The 27-year-old area native, who was in Memphis for filming on the independent movie "The Open Road," presented the cheques to the two groups last week at the museum.

Timberlake, who grew up in the Memphis suburb of Millington, became a star as part of the boy band 'N Sync.

He has since become a bestselling solo artist.

He also has appeared in the films "Alpha Dog" and "Black Snake Moan" and voiced a character in "Shrek the Third."

Timberlake says he donated the money because music education and keeping Memphis' music legacy vibrant are important to him.
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