Charity Event: 2011 Flowserve Dallas Cowboys Kickoff Luncheon

image via happyhillfarm.org

The annual Flowserve Dallas Cowboys Kickoff Luncheon, hosted by the NFL Alumni Association-Dallas Chapter, will be held Wednesday, August 31st at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, benefiting the Cowboys Courage House at Happy Hill Farm Academy.

The event will feature Brad Sham, long-time voice of Cowboys Radio, as emcee, a silent auction beginning at 10:00 a.m., the luncheon beginning at 11:30am, and an awards presentation.

Cowboy players, coaches and personnel will award teammates with Defensive MVP, Offensive MVP and Special Teams MVP from last season.  In addition in a special presentation by Gene Stallings, 3-time Super Bowl champion Bill Bates is being honored with the Tom Landry Memorial Legend Award.  Jerry Jones and Coach Jason Garrett will talk about the upcoming season.

This is going to be a fantastic event and I am so excited to attend.

About Happy Hill Farm Academy

Happy Hill Farm Academy is a boarding, day, and international private school for highly-motivated and deserving students. The Academy prepares students for successful futures by equipping them with the foundational knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in college or other secondary training programs.  With almost 90% of the boarding students on scholarship, donations from the private sector are more important than ever.  Every gift has the potential to transform a life and create positive change individually, and for society, into the future.  The Dallas Cowboys organization and players have supported Happy Hill for over 25 years.  For more information, visit www.happyhillfarm.org.

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