President Jimmy Carter, Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood help Habitat for Humanity build Denver homes

Will work alongside future residents

DENVER - Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter as well as Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood are in Denver Wednesday to help build new townhomes for Habitat for Humanity.

They'll be working alongside other volunteers and families who will be living in the new homes.

The Carter Work Project includes the construction of 11 new homes and repair work on 15 existing homes in Denver’s Globeville neighborhood.

In the evening, the former president will also attend a dinner celebrating the project at the National Western Events Center Arena. The lead singer of The Fray, Isaac Slade, is set to perform there.