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"Women Helping Our Youth in
Health and Education"

 

Couple of the Year Awards Dinner
 
2016 Couple of the Year
Nancy and W. Herbert Hunt

Tuesday, October 25, 2016
6:00 p.m.  VIP Reception
6:30 p.m.  Doors open/Registration
 
Dallas Country Club
4155 Mockingbird Lane
Dallas, TX  75205
 
Mary Lee Cox, Gala Chair
Jan Ward, President, Les Femmes du Monde
 
Scott Murray, Emcee

 

 
This is the 26th year of the honorees presentation and the 56th year of Les Femmes du Monde. The evening begins with a VIP cocktail reception followed by a three course seated dinner and presentation of the Couple of the Year.
 
Nancy and W. Herbert Hunt, The Couple of the Year, are supporters who have helped make this organization and many nonprofits successful, embracing education for members and youth, while at the same time, helping others in our community.
 
Individual tickets begin at $250 and are available for a limited time. Single Patron tickets are available at $500 each and $1,000. Sponsorships and  underwriting are available. Visit the website for updates:

http://www.LesFemmesduMonde.org 
    
Proceeds from the event benefit two beneficiaries:  The Child Life Program at Children’s HealthSM Children’s Medical Center and the International Education Program of the World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth. 
 
The Child Life Program’s primary goal is to minimize the impact of illness on a child’s normal growth and emotional and cognitive development.  This involves establishing supportive relationships with patients and families and providing them with developmentally-appropriate information that helps them prepare for, understand and cope with their healthcare experiences. 
 
The Education Programs at the World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth seeks to educate students and teachers on how international events affect  their lives, their communities, and their country.  The goal is to empower students to become effective, active global citizens and leaders in the community.  Celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2014, this program has impacted more than 1 million students and trained more than 8,000 teachers since its inception in 2004.