Oct. 16, 2008
They may not have listened to country music before Rascal Flatts chose their school as the site of a $40,000 deluxe playground, but now the children and staff at Princeton Alternative Elementary are their biggest fans.
On Wednesday, the Grammy Award-winning group spent the day at the West End school helping more than 150 volunteers from Home Depot and the community build a KaBoom! playground.
The country hitmakers - Jay DeMarcus, Gary LeVox and Joe Don Rooney - got their hands dirty by shoveling mulch, helping paint a mural and doing other tasks necessary to build the playground in one day. [More]
Rascal Flatts To Build Children's Playground
Rascal Flatts is taking time out of their busy schedule to build a playground for children in Alabama. The country trio won the Academy of Country Music Home Depot Humanitarian Award, giving them the opportunity to build a playground in their city of choice.