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Kim Bielenberg: Country legend Garth Brooks served me dinner. It's like Johnny Cash mowing my lawn

Published 30/11/2012 | 16:21

Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood hold up a sign for Martin Molloy wishing O'Connell's GAA club good luck in Sunday's Leinster club intermediate final. Photo: Dennis Horgan
Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood hold up a sign for Martin Molloy wishing O'Connell's GAA club good luck in Sunday's Leinster club intermediate final. Photo: Dennis Horgan
Garth Brooks plays to Irish and international volunteers at their camp south of Port-au-Prince

Life has some odd twists and turns, but I never thought Garth Brooks would be serving me dinner in Haiti.

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It’s a bit like having Johnny Cash mowing your lawn, or Dolly Parton running you a bath.





Garth has been staying at our camp for the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work project in Haiti. He is joining volunteers from the Irish charity Haven and the international group Habitat for Humanity. They are building 100 houses south of Port-au-Prince.

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