Wendy Brown and other volunteers had a chance to pose with country music stars Eddie Montgomery, left, and Troy Gentry, right, of the multi-platinum duo Montgomery Gentry as a new playground neared completion at Booker T. Washington Academy-Intermediate Center Campus on Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2010. Montgomery Gentry won the 2010 Home Depot Humanitarian Award and picked the school on Price Road in Lexington for a free playground after an online fan vote. The Home Depot, the Academy of Country Music and KaBOOM! teamed up for the project.
Wendy Brown and other volunteers had a chance to pose with country music stars Eddie Montgomery, left, and Troy Gentry, right, of the multi-platinum duo Montgomery Gentry as a new playground neared completion at Booker T. Washington Academy-Intermediate Center Campus on Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2010. Montgomery Gentry won the 2010 Home Depot Humanitarian Award and picked the school on Price Road in Lexington for a free playground after an online fan vote. The Home Depot, the Academy of Country Music and KaBOOM! teamed up for the project.
Wendy Brown and other volunteers had a chance to pose with country music stars Eddie Montgomery, left, and Troy Gentry, right, of the multi-platinum duo Montgomery Gentry as a new playground neared completion at Booker T. Washington Academy-Intermediate Center Campus on Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2010. Montgomery Gentry won the 2010 Home Depot Humanitarian Award and picked the school on Price Road in Lexington for a free playground after an online fan vote. The Home Depot, the Academy of Country Music and KaBOOM! teamed up for the project.

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