SPRINGHILL, N.S. - Canadian singing legend Anne Murray was once again honoured in her hometown of Springhill, Nova Scotia.

Murray was on hand to help celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Anne Murray Centre in Springhill.

Fans cried and shared stories about the influence Murray has had on their lives.

People in the community say the Centre has livened up the quiet town and made it a tourist destination.

Since the Anne Murray Centre opened in 1989, more than 300,000 people have made the pilgrimage to Springhill.

Murray says it was nice to give something back to her home town.