Posts tagged ‘children’s’

March 31, 2009

This weekend: NFL Celebrity Basketball Game & Casino Night with the Stars

This weekend is jam-packed with star-studded events, what with Texas Relays, Urban Music Fest (Boyz II Men!!), and now Michael Huff and Sir Rod Entertainment are once again teaming up to bring together an A-List of NFL celebrities (most Texas Exes) to participate in a special weekend that includes a Casino Night and basketball game, all benefiting the Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas and the Women Called Moses Coalition and Outreach Center in Dallas. Here for more details.

The schedule:

Friday, April 3
· 12:30PM – 1:30PM Autograph session at Tech Ridge H-E-B at IH-35/Parmer 500 Canyon Ridge Dr., Austin, TX 78753 (Open to the public. Limit 2 items per person.)
· 6:30PM – 9:30PM Casino Night with the Stars at the Gibson Guitar Showroom

Saturday, April 4
· 12:30PM NFL celebrity basketball game – Doors open at 12PM, tickets are$20 and available at H-E-B locations, University Co-op, and Mitchie’s Gallery. A limited number of $50 VIP tickets are also available.

About the beneficiaries:

The Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas is the only non-profit, free-standing pediatric hospital in a 46-county region, serving all children from Central Texas every year, regardless of their ability to pay. Dell turns no child away. Their mission inspires us to care for and improve the health of those served with a special concern for the sick and the poor.

The Women Called Moses Center is a non-profit organization created to provide a safe-haven for battered women and their children. Their mission is to educate and provide support for abused women and children and to foster programs that will improve their socio-economic status.

For Michael Barnes’ interview with Huff in the Statesman’s Out & About column, click here.

October 9, 2008

If You’re Headed to Dallas this Weekend …

Sprinkles Cupcakes, my obsession, is offering a Red River Rivalry treat:

Proceeds benefit Children’s Medical Center Dallas and Children’s Medical Research Center at the OU Health Sciences Center, respectively.

… one more good reason to make the Red River Rivalry trek …

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