Garth Brooks will contribute to a hockey-themed playground at the Cook Children’s Medical Center of Ft. Worth, Texas, through his Teammates for Kids Foundation.


Garth made the announcement this week at the medical center during the National Hockey League’s All-Star Game break. Garth praised the facility’s medical staff, saying, “Save children. It’s a pretty cool job.” Monday night, Jan. 22, Garth hosted a benefit show for Teammates for Kids with wife Trisha Yearwood. The area will also be sponsored by the National Hockey League Players’ Association. The playground will be a state-of-the-art therapeutic environment for pediatric patients and their families.


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