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St. Philip's School & Community Center presents Destiny Award Luncheon

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Photo courtesy of Alex Rodriguez

The Destiny Award is an annual luncheon benefiting St. Philip’s School and Community Center. The event features a conversation with former MLB player Alex Rodriguez, moderated by Dale A. Petroskey. The Mona and David Munson Humanitarian Award will be given to a deserving member of the community.

St. Philip’s School and Community Center is a beacon of light, hope, and transformation in South Dallas. St. Philip’s provides an exceptional education to children from PreK2 to 6th Grade [ages 2 to 12]. St. Philip’s success is evident: 100% of St. Philips alumni graduate from high school and 95% go on to attend college, while the graduation rate for the neighborhood high school is only 48 percent, with 4 percent going on to college.

The Destiny Award is an annual luncheon benefiting St. Philip’s School and Community Center. The event features a conversation with former MLB player Alex Rodriguez, moderated by Dale A. Petroskey. The Mona and David Munson Humanitarian Award will be given to a deserving member of the community.

St. Philip’s School and Community Center is a beacon of light, hope, and transformation in South Dallas. St. Philip’s provides an exceptional education to children from PreK2 to 6th Grade [ages 2 to 12]. St. Philip’s success is evident: 100% of St. Philips alumni graduate from high school and 95% go on to attend college, while the graduation rate for the neighborhood high school is only 48 percent, with 4 percent going on to college.

The Destiny Award is an annual luncheon benefiting St. Philip’s School and Community Center. The event features a conversation with former MLB player Alex Rodriguez, moderated by Dale A. Petroskey. The Mona and David Munson Humanitarian Award will be given to a deserving member of the community.

St. Philip’s School and Community Center is a beacon of light, hope, and transformation in South Dallas. St. Philip’s provides an exceptional education to children from PreK2 to 6th Grade [ages 2 to 12]. St. Philip’s success is evident: 100% of St. Philips alumni graduate from high school and 95% go on to attend college, while the graduation rate for the neighborhood high school is only 48 percent, with 4 percent going on to college.

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WHERE

St. Philip's School & Community Center Snyder Activity Center
1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
Dallas, TX 75215
https://www.stphilips1600.org/destiny.cfm

TICKET INFO

$300
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