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74 NOVEMBER DECEMBER 2015 31ST ANNUAL CARE BREAKFAST featuring Charles Haley CARE Chemical Awareness Resources and Awareness held its 31st An- nual Breakfast on October 5 at the Frontiers of Flight Museum in Dallas. Scott Murray interviewed 2015 NFL Hall of Fame inductee and former Dal- las Cowboy Charles Haley. Haley candidly relayed his struggle with bipo- lar disorder and substance abuse and the havoc it wreaked in his personal life until he finally got help. In his recovery Haley works with his Tack- le Tomorrow fund which helps to continue to educate children during non-school hours. Natalie and Mike McGuire served as Honorary Chair- men of the event which was sponsored by Bank of Texas. CARE serves over 10000 families each year through its programs which help those struggling with substance abuse. Emmitt Smith Pat Smith Charles Haley CARE Break- fast Honorary Co-Chairs Natalie and Mike McGuire goodTIMES 20TH ANNIVERSARY TEXAS TRAILBLAZER AWARDS featuring Marisa Tomei The Family Place held its 20th annual Texas Trailblazer Awards Luncheon on Oc- tober1attheHiltonAnatoleHotelinDallas. NancyA.Nasherwashonoredasthis years Texas Trailblazer. This award recognizes someone who has accomplished afirstand opened doors of opportunity for other people while making significant contributions either in their community business or profession. Ms. Nasher is a dedicated philanthropist serving on nu- merous boards and in cultural and edu- cational leadership positions in the Dal- las community. The keynote speaker was Academy Award-winning actress Marisa Tomei. Ms. Tomei recently directed a short film based on the book Half the Sky which tells the story of a thirteen-year-old girls struggle with the institutionalized oppres- sion of women in Ethiopia. The Family Place is an organization dedicated to eliminating fam- ily violence through intervention and proactive prevention community education and advoca- cy and assistance for victims and their families. At the luncheon The Family Place announced plans for a 13 million capital campaign to turn a recently purchased building into a 50000 square foot Central Dallas Counseling Center. Charles Haley center with Highland Park football captains left to right Henry Allen Matthew Barge Hayden Schnieders and Jack Sides Paula Hayes Cammy WynneWilliams Karen Wong CARE Executive Director Pam Murray Charles Haley CARE Chairman of the Board Jan Osborn Robin Bagwell and Rula Peinado Emcee ClariceTinsley Featured speaker MarisaTomei DebbieTaylor Honorary Chair Carol Seay Rabbi David SternTexasTrailblazer Award Recipient Nancy A. Nasher David J. Haemisegger