Featuring filmmaker Michael Meredith, son of Dallas Cowboys legend Don Meredith, documentary film "First Cowboys” chronicling the founding of the team.

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Fri, April 24, 2020
11:00 AM - 1:30 PM CST

Brook Hollow Golf Club
8301 Harry Hines Blvd.
Dallas , TX 75235

Connecting Point of Park Cities provides an inclusive day program for adults with disabilities through educational, social, recreational and vocational experiences. Since opening our doors in June of 2014, we have served many families who are grateful for this enriching, caring environment in which their loved ones are active participants.

A third of our annual operating budget is raised at our Ability to Give luncheon. As our Teammate fees total less than 25% of our expenses, generous gifts are critical in providing an exceptional program. 

                       This year's luncheon features filmmaker Michael Meredith, son of Dallas Cowboys legend Don Meredith. His documentary film, “First Cowboys” chronicles                  the founding of the team in the early 60's, and how their subsequent success helped restore civic pride for the city in the dark aftermath of the JFK assassination. Interviewing Meredith is noted arts and feature writer Michael Grandberry. This year’s luncheon will be a very entertaining and fun engagement!


$10,000 SHINING STAR l $10,000+
• Table of 10 with Exceptional Seating • Company Branding on CPPC website with link • Company Branding on CPPC social media posts • Recognition in Program • Recognition from the podium • Access to VIP Reception (10 guests) • Private Valet Exit
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