DENVER - Former president Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosalynn will be coming to Denver next year for a Habitat for Humanity project.
The Carters have been dedicating a week of their time to help build Habitat homes each year since 1984. For the 30th annual project, they'll build 11 new homes and repair up to 15 existing homes in the Globeville neighborhood of Denver.
The project is scheduled for October 6 - 11.
Also building with the Carters throughout the week will be country music legends, Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood, officials said.
The 2013 Carter Work Project will be traveling across the U.S., visiting cities including Oakland, San Jose and New York City.
To volunteer for the 2013 Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project in Denver, including volunteering or making a donation to help build the homes, visit Metro Denver Habitat for Humanity's website.