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Brad Paisley took to Twitter on Sunday and Monday to update his fans about the new water-purification stations opening in Haiti. One of the pictures Paisley posted shows him standing with several children in front of one of the new water stations. In the caption, Brad says, "Thanks to [charity] #LiveBeyond, these kids can drink clean water." Another picture shows Paisley standing on the one of the new pumps operating the lever with his arms stretched. In the caption Brad says, "1 of our full service water stations in Haiti, complete with hillbilly water pump." Live Beyond is a Nashville-based organization that helps bring clean water throughout Thomazeau, Haiti, a very poor suburb of Port au Prince. Late last year, Paisley and his wife Kimberly launched the ‘The Paisley Challenge’ to encourage people to help with Live Beyond’s goal of establishing 100 clean water collection sites in the community of Thomazeau. Paisley was joined by former Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist and Olympic figure skater Scott Hamilton to open the new clean water sites in the community.