Garth Brooks and Troy Aikman were in Fort Worth, TX Tuesday to dedicate the new Child Life Zone at Cook Children’s Medical Center. According to Dallas ABC affiliate WFAA, the new area gives children receiving treatment a place to have fun and includes a pool table and arcade games as well as TV and recording studios.
The Child Life Zone also features a jukebox, and one of the patients asked Garth what songs they should put on it. He replied, “I think you should have a lot of Garth Brooks on there, and a lot of Trisha Yearwood… I think you’re good!”
Garth and Troy spent several hours meeting with children in the hospital. A portion of the money raised for the Child Life Zone came from Garth’s Teammates for Kids organization along with the National Hockey League, the Hasbro Children’s Fund and The Troy Aikman Foundation.
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