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The tenth Annual Day at the Races, hosted by The Conservancy, will be held this Saturday, May 5, 2018, from 4 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. at the historic Arlington Hall. Guests will don their Derby best and fabulous hats and will enjoy the sprawling grounds of Oak Lawn Park while celebrating the most exciting two minutes in sports, The Kentucky Derby! This lively event celebrates the 144th Run for the Roses and benefits the beautification, maintenance and thoughtful development of the historic Arlington Hall and Oak Lawn Park.

“It’s a pleasure to host this fabulous event each year, and as we celebrate our tenth anniversary, we know it will be better than ever,” said Gay Donnell, president & CEO of The Conservancy. “Day at the Races truly showcases the beauty and sophistication of Oak Lawn Park and Arlington Hall, and we can’t wait to see guests get creative with their Derby-inspired ensembles and come together in this gorgeous setting!”

Among the array of fun activities, guests will sip Woodford Reserve Mint Juleps and enjoy fine Southern cuisine while socializing over nostalgic lawn games in the Formal Gardens and engaging in a silent auction. Aside from betting on the horses, there will also be opportunities to win in a dine-around gift card pull and a new reverse raffle. The magnificent Georgia Bridgewater Orchestra will entertain as guests enjoy themselves on the dance floor, sponsored by Stuart Weitzman. Then at 5:34 p.m. CST on the dot, it’s off to the races! Guests will gather to watch the horses compete for the Garland of Roses on the big screen.

Ladies and gentlemen are encouraged to don their best Kentucky Derby Style, and take part in the competition for Best Dressed and Best Hat! This classic springtime event truly brings both Conservancy and non-Conservancy members together for a fun afternoon in a beautiful setting.

This year’s Day at the Races Honorary Chairs are Lucian LaBarba and his nephew, Gianni LaBarba, who is also a founding member of the Junior Conservancy. Otis Felton will serve as Community Chair, and Day at the Races Junior Co-Chairs are Dr. Lauren Ives and Sean March.

Individual tickets for Day at the Races are $150 each and VIP tickets are $250 each. Funds raised will help The Conservancy care for the 20 acres of Oak Lawn Park and historic Arlington Hall. To purchase tickets or for more information, please visit, email or call (214) 521-2003.


The mission of the Conservancy is the elevated care and thoughtful development of Oak Lawn Park and Arlington Hall. The Conservancy, modeled after the Central Park Conservancy in New York, spends hundreds of thousands annually for general maintenance, repairs, reforestation, color changes, garden damage, plant replacement, utilities, and more on this special place that belongs to the citizens of Dallas. Funds are also raised for capital projects with in the park and for an endowment to help protect these treasures in a down economy.  Oak Lawn Park has been a green space for gathering since 1893.  Please join us in our efforts to give people and pets a beautiful, historic, place to gather and enjoy nature in the heart of our city.  Help us care for Oak Lawn Park and Arlington Hall by becoming a member of the Conservancy. For more information and to inquire about sponsorship opportunities, call (214) 521-2003 or visit


Scardello Artisan Cheese is participating in the Adopt-an-Alp® program, which unites Alp farmers in Switzerland and American cheesemongers. Through telling the story of each specific family, both cheesemongers and their customers can follow their adopted family and herd to understand this very particular lifestyle and what everyday life on the Alp is like. The entire idea behind Adopt-an-Alp® is to help protect an age-old method of cheesemaking called alpage, which herds follow the snowmelt up the alp, so that the cows are eating fresh grasses and wildflowers. Scardello Artisan Cheese has adopted Alp Urnerboden, located at the Klausen Pass in Switzerland’s largest cow meadow. Scardello will received ten wheels of cheese specially crafted from the cows in Urnerboden, which will be available for purchase in the shop through the end of January 2018. 


Scardello Artisan Cheese offers traditionally made, handcrafted foods, with approximately 150 cut-to-order small-production cheeses from Europe, all across America and the great state of Texas, plus charcuterie, artisan breads spreads and wine and beer. Scardello Oak Lawn is located at 3511 Oak Lawn Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75219 and the phone number is 214.219.1300.  The shop is open Monday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday from 1 to 6 p.m. Scardello Farmers Market is located at 920 S. Harwood #131, Dallas, Texas 75201and the phone number is 972.807.2658. The shop is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., daily. For additional information, please visit


Alair Homes recently announced the acquisition of JRH Design + Build in the DFW area.

The first and most essential step in building or remodeling is choosing a quality contractor. Alair Homes Dallas takes pride in helping clients turn their dream into reality from both a construction and a design perspective. Our premier home remodeling and custom home building team in Dallas works with clients to realize dreams, bring ideas to life, and create long lasting relationships based on transparency, trust, and a better way of doing business.

A unique component to the Alair Homes construction process is the inclusion of exclusive proprietary software that gives you 24-hour access to all your project's details, schedules, sub-trade quotes, pricing, and selections. Creating value in everything is part of the philosophy and culture of Alair Homes. No two customers are the same, and no two projects are the same either. To get the details right, it takes time and a deep understanding of the final goals. Whether updating a bathroom, remodeling a kitchen or building your new dream home, we listen first and involve you every step of the way.  

Each Alair location is locally owned and operated by industry professionals who are qualified to perform the state-of-the-art renovations, custom home building, and commercial developments. The Dallas location is run by James Hammel, of JR Design + Build. JR Design + Build and Alair Homes is a BBB Accredited Business.


Erin Duvall and Molly Duvall Thomas of the new Duvall Thomas Group, Callie Brickman and Duke Jimerson recently joined The Collective Residential, a boutique residential real estate brokerage firm speicalizing in luxury properties.

"Each of these real estate advisors have deep roots in the real estate industry and strong connections in the community. Combining this with strong work ethic and a true understanding of what it means to provide top-notch client service, makes them tremendous additions to our relationship-driven team,” said Christy Berry, broker and co-founder of The Collective Residential. 

With a family legacy of more than 45 years in the real estate industry, Erin Duvall and Molly Duvall Thomas of the Duvall Thomas Group not only inherited exposure to real estate, but also developed a keen aptitude stemming from their sincere interest, knowledge and experience. Erin, a real estate advisor, and Molly, who focuses on business development for the team, also understand what it is like to stand in their clients’ shoes. Growing up around real estate their whole lives afforded them a sensitivity and attention to the process in their clients’ journey and a clear understanding of the home purchasing process. 

In addition, they are constantly working on home projects, driving their passion for architecture, interior design and the creative process that comes with building or remodeling a home. Erin and Molly have a deep drive to help people by finding homes and properties that exceed their expectations. They are dedicated to listening intently and matching individuals and families with the properties, buildings and neighborhoods that best suit their needs. 

Upon completing Baylor University’s four-year business program in just three years and graduating at the age of 20, Callie Brickman worked in media and marketing before transitioning into the real estate industry. Her ability to maintain genuine, lasting relationships is evident with the growth of her business, and it helps her clients find exactly what they are looking for. Her clients trust her to be honest, transparent and dedicated through the entire real estate process. Callie is building her real estate specialty in luxury home sales and relocation services, with a focus on the millennial generation. 

Growing up in an active Park Cities real estate family, Duke Jimerson’s passion for real estate is deep-rooted. Over the years, he has developed a strong knowledge in real estate title business and focuses on both residential and commercial transactions. He’s learned first-hand what steps are involved in the real estate process including contracts, loans and all other intricacies required to get a property closed and funded. Duke comes into each transaction with a strong business approach, bringing assertive client representation, clear and timely communication and full-time dedication. He makes sure to develop a personalized partnership and team environment with each client, exhibiting loyalty and confidentiality. 


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Gift the gift of cheese this holiday season, with a delicious Scardello Artisan Cheese gift box! These beautiful wooden gift boxes allow you to choose your size and cheese preference (US, French, Spanish, Italian or Cheesemonger's Choice), and include one complimentary box of crackers. You can also add on an accompaniment package. Prices range from $50 to $100.


Small Box - $50

Medium Box- $60

Large Box- $70

The gift boxes can be purchased in store over the phone or at Shipping is available on all gift boxes.

Scardello Artisan Cheese offers traditionally made, handcrafted foods, with approximately 150 cut-to-order small production cheeses from Europe, all across America and the great state of Texas, plus charuterie, artisan breads, spreads and wine and beer. Scardello Oak Lawn is located at 3511 Oak Lawn Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75219 and the phone number is 214-219-1300. The shop is open Monday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday from 1 to 6 p.m. 

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Together we celebrate 25 years of shopping with a purpose during Partners Card 2017, presented by Bank of Texas. The annual Partners Card fundraiser saves thousands of family violence victims and raises millions of dollars each year with the help and support of our community. With the purchase of a $70 card, cardholders will receive a 20 percent discount at some of their favorite stores and restaurants while supporting The Family Place, Dallas’ largest family violence agency. This year, your favorite shopping card is available digitally. With the Partners Card App you can buy or gift a card, view participating stores, see upcoming Partners Card events and more. The Partners Card App is free and available for both iPhone and Android. The annual 10-day shopping extravaganza is set for October 27 through November 5, 2017, and one hundred percent of the proceeds from card sales directly benefit The Family Place and its programs.


Partners Card is the signature fundraiser for The Family Place and over the past 24 years has become one of the most popular shopping events in the Dallas Metroplex. In 2016, Partners Card featured more than 750 participating retailers and restaurants and raised more than $1 million for The Family Place. In its history, The Partners Card program has provided 257,511 nights of shelter to men, women and children. For more information, visit, contact the Partners Card Hotline at (214) 443-7754, or email

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DALLAS – July 26, 2017 – Long Cove on Cedar Creek Lake, one of the country’s premiere waterfront communities located just an hour southeast of Dallas, recently announced luxury lakefront homesites in its new North Shore neighborhood are now available. North Shore, conveniently located near the new Henderson Harbor, currently has three lakefront homesites available with five additional lots that will be available in the coming months. The three properties offer 90’ of shoreline, providing owners with sweeping views of the lake. The initial three North Shore lots range from $675,000 - $695,000.

Custom homes at Long Cove feature a range of architectural styles appropriate for the community’s setting and location and are designed to complement the surrounding natural environment. While the various approved home designs o?er signi?cantly di?erent choices, they are all visually connected through the use of similar materials and colors.

The North Shore neighborhood is situated near Thistle Never Dhu, a new putting course designed by renowned golf course designer Dave Zinkand, set for completion in spring 2018. Homes located in North Shore are the perfect spot for a vacation or a weekend getaway to enjoy the convenience that comes with being a part of the neighborhood, including the unlimited luxury amenities available to Long Cove homeowners. And, with the North Shore community floating dock just steps away, owners can fish, watch the sunset or take advantage of the boat valet service and have their boat prepared and delivered right to them.

“The new North Shore neighborhood offers the perfect location for families to explore all of the luxury amenities Long Cove has to offer to its residents,” said Long Cove Director of Sales and Marketing Ashleigh Carlton. “The location of this new neighborhood provides convenience and relaxation for owners to be surrounded by the beautiful shoreline and endless activity for the whole family, making it the perfect place to escape.”

Long Cove takes the stress out of planning with access to the finest amenities available to homeowners and their guests, including: a world-class marina and Long Cove’s Lake Club, where owners can lounge by the tiered pool, break a sweat in the workout facilities or enjoy a game of ping pong. In addition to taking advantage of Long Cove’s marina services, families will have the option to join the Boat Club, which provides members the ability to use a number of boats, including Bennington pontoons, Nautique wakeboard boats and Cobalt cruisers, for a leisurely sunset cruise or a day of fast fun on the water.

Owners can also spend a day at the Proving Grounds, a Par-3 golf course and 450-yard driving range that caters to relaxed family play and serious golfers alike. At Long Cove’s lakeside beach, families can take in unparalleled views of the lake, build a sand castle or enjoy a friendly game of beach volleyball.

For more information on North Shore homesites or Long Cove at Cedar Creek Lake, stop by the sales office, which is open daily or by appointment. Call 214.220.9992 or email



Long Cove is a luxury residential community located just over an hour from Dallas on Cedar Creek Lake and designed to provide owners with an unplugged, relaxing and family-oriented experience. Situated on more than six miles of pristine shoreline in Cedar Creek's deep waters and spanning more than 1,000 acres, the Long Cove property is considered to be the "Watercolor" or "Seaside" of Texas. Long Cove offers special home sites for waterside cottages, lakefront homes and porch homes, which can all be built-to-suit, accommodating the unique needs of each resident. Amenities at Long Cove include boat valet and concierge, lakefront swim club, fishing and canoeing pond, hiking and biking trails, outdoor gathering spaces and fire pits, tennis courts, fitness center, amphitheater and more. For more information, please visit



Berry and Rosen Also Ranked in Real Trends’ Annual The Thousand

List of Top 250 Sales Professionals in The Country


DALLAS – JULY 19, 2017 – Christy Berry and Jonathan Rosen of The Collective Residential, formerly the Rosen Berry Group, were named one of America’s most productive sales teams as a part of REAL Trends America’s Best Real Estate Agents, the newly issued ranking report produced by REAL Trends and sponsored by Zillow Group.  The Collective Residential is now a member of the “America’s Best Real Estate Agents,” and ranked number 12 out of 171 Teams by Volume in Texas and number 4 out of 74 Teams by Volume in DFW.

REAL Trends America’s Best Real Estate Agents ranks more than 12,600 residential real estate professionals solely based on their excellence in real estate sales during calendar year 2016. All production numbers are independently verified by a third-party in order to ensure accuracy and report integrity. “This group of highly successful real estate sales agents represents less than one percent of all real estate practitioners in the United States,” says Steve Murray, publisher of REAL Trends America’s Best Real Estate Agents and president of REAL Trends.

To qualify for inclusion, an individual agent must have closed at least 50 transaction sides or $20 million in sales volume in 2016. For real estate agent teams, the minimum is 75 transaction sides or $30 million in closed sales volume. The individuals ranked in America’s Best Real Estate Agents had an average of 73 transaction sides and an average sales volume of almost $37 million. Teams ranked in America’s Best Real Estate Agents had an average of 144 sides and an average sales volume of almost $61 million. This ensures that only the best of the best are included on the prestigious list.

 “The average residential real estate agent in the United States closed 8.6 transactions in 2016 and had less than $1.3 million in sales,” said Murray. “To say that Christy Berry and Jonathan Rosen are exceptional sales professionals is an understatement. To attain this level of sales is truly outstanding.”

“We are also pleased that two of the nation’s most prominent online real estate websites, Trulia® and Zillow®, have partnered with REAL Trends to bring a superior level of customer exposure of these sales agents’ performance,” Murray added.

In addition to ranking amongst America’s best real estate agents, The Collective Co-founders also were recently ranked 190 out of 1,000 in the 12th annual REAL Trends The Thousand list, in conjunction with The Wall Street Journal.  Christy and Jonathan were one of only two Dallas teams to make this prestigious list based on transaction volume out of 1,000 top agents in the country.

“We are honored to be recognized twice by Real Trends as the country’s top residential real estate agents,” said Christy Berry, broker & co-founder of The Collective Residential. “These rankings validate the combined effort and hard work we have put in at The Collective Residential to redefine luxury real estate in the Dallas market.”

REAL Trends The Thousand, in partnership with The Wall Street Journal, is an annual, national award ranking sponsored by REAL Trends. Designees are recognized as the top one-half of one percent of more than 1.25 million licensed real estate professionals nationwide. The Thousand is divided into four categories, each listing the top 250 designees: Individual Agent — Sales Volume; Individual Agent — Transaction Sides; Agent Team — Sales Volume and Agent Team — Transaction Sides.

“We are obviously pleased and honored to be included in this ranking of the country’s top residential real estate agents,” added Jonathan Rosen, CEO & co-founder of The Collective Residential. “It represents the time and effort we put into each client we serve and how much work it takes to build a successful real estate career. The level of sales it takes to qualify makes it a truly special recognition.”


The Collective Residential is an agent-driven luxury real estate boutique firm founded by top-producing agents, Christy Berry and Jonathan Rosen, who have more than 20 years of combined industry experience. The Collective’s focus is on the luxury market combined with servicing top-producing agents and their properties. The firm is located at 4012 Oak Lawn Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75219. For more information, please call 214.814.8100 or visit


REAL Trends is a privately-held, Colorado-based publishing, consulting and communications company specializing in the residential brokerage and housing industries. Recognized as the leading source of trends in the industry, REAL Trends, The Trusted Source, also publishes the REAL Trends The Thousand, as advertised in The Wall Street Journal and the REAL Trends 500, which ranks the top brokerage firms in the United States. Visit REAL Trends at

Zillow is a registered trademark of Zillow, Inc. Trulia is a registered trademark of Trulia, LLC. These marks are used with permission.

 Information on those receiving this recognition can be found online at




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 Linda Perryman Evans Named 2017-2018 Sustainer of the Year

The Junior League of Dallas (JLD) revealed last night that Octavia Spencer will speak at the annual Milestones Luncheon. The JLD also announced the 2017-2018 Sustainer of the Year is Linda Perryman Evans. The 2017 Milestones Luncheon, chaired by Jennifer Scripps, Nikki Webb and Sustaining Chair Debbie Scripps, will be held Friday, November 17, 2017, at the Hilton Anatole Hotel.

Academy Award®-winning actress Octavia Spencer has become one of Hollywood’s most sought-after talents on both television and the silver screen. She has starred in countless films, including Hidden Figures, The Help, The Shack, Gifted, Zootopia and many more. She will next be seen in The Shape of Water.

Spencer has collected numerous accolades for her work, such as the 2012 Academy Award, BAFTA Award, Golden Globe Award, SAG Award, Broadcast Film Critics’ Choice Award and NAACP Image Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in The Help. Earlier this year, she was awarded her second Academy Award nomination for her performance in Hidden Figures. She has guest starred in various television shows and amongst her other professional achievements like directing and producing, has co-authored an interactive mystery series for children called Randi Rhodes, Ninja Detective.

“We are so excited to have Octavia Spencer join us for this year’s Milestones Luncheon. She has created a space for herself that allows her to reach and impact people, particularly women, while following her passion,” said Nikki Webb, luncheon chair. “She is proof that a woman can truly do it all, and we know that her message will encourage others to do the same,” added Chair Jennifer Scripps.

JLD 2017-2018 Sustainer of the Year, Linda Perryman Evans, is being honored for her 25 years as a Sustainer and countless years as a motivated civic leader. Evans joined as a Provisional member in Dallas and continued as an Active Junior League member in Washington D.C. after graduating from The University of Texas at Austin.

While in Washington D.C., she worked on Gerald Ford’s re-election campaign, as an assistant to the press secretary for the late Senator John Heinz of Pennsylvania, and in the White House Office of Media Relations and Planning for President Ronald Reagan. She returned to Dallas as the Executive Director of the Dallas Welcoming Committee for the 1984 Republican National Convention before becoming president and CEO of The Meadows Foundation. Evans has served as a member, board member, chair or trustee for more than 20 organizations and fundraisers, including chair of Mayor Mike Rawlings' Fair Park Task Force. She has been recognized with awards such as the Dallas Historical Society Award for Excellence in Philanthropy, Nonprofit Times Top 50 Power and Influence Leaders, D CEO Top 500 Dallas-Fort Worth Business Leaders, Thomas Jefferson High School Distinguished Alumni, Faith and Philanthropy Institute’s Women Leading Greater Good, YWCA 100 Outstanding Women of Dallas, TACA Silver Cup Award, St. Philip’s Unsung Hero Award, Dallas Alumni Pi Beta Phi C. H. Lichtenberg Crest Award, Leadership Dallas Distinguished Alumni Award, and the Prism Award from the Greater Dallas Mental Health Association. Linda also received the Encomienda de la Orden de Isabel La Catholica for her work on behalf of enhancing relations between Spain and the United States. Sanctioned by King Juan Carlos I, and bestowed by the Spanish Ambassador, the award is one of Spain’s highest honors.

The Milestones Luncheon is an annual fundraiser benefiting the Junior League of Dallas Community Service Fund that serves as a platform to raise awareness for the programs and issues supported by the JLD, as well as to recognize the impact and achievements of its volunteers. Proceeds from The Milestones Luncheon allow the JLD to annually grant $1 million to the Dallas community.

The 2017 Milestones Luncheon will take place Friday, November 17, 2017, in the Chantilly Ballroom at the Hilton Anatole Hotel. Check-in will begin at 10:45 a.m. and the Luncheon will start at 11:45 a.m. Individual Luncheon tickets are $175 and Patron Luncheon tickets are $350. Tables begin at $1,750. To purchase tables or individual tickets, please contact the JLD Development Office at (214) 357-8822 ext. 118 or visit for more information. 


Friday, November 17, 2017

10:45 a.m. – Check-In

11:45 a.m. – Seated Luncheon


Hilton Anatole Hotel

Chantilly Ballroom

2201 North Stemmons Freeway

Dallas, Texas 75207             


DALLAS - June 28, 2017- The Dallas Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), the leading global organization for type 1 diabetes (T1D) research, raised more than $350,000 from this year’s Cliff Harris JDRF Reunion Golf Classic, thanks to its generous sponsors and donors. The 2017 Cliff Harris JDRF Reunion Golf Classic was held at the Dallas Athletic Club Monday, June 19, 2017. Over the past nine years, the event has collectively raised $2.5 million to support JDRF’s mission of accelerating life-changing breakthroughs to cure, prevent and treat T1D and its complications.


“We are thrilled with the success of this year’s golf tournament, as it allows us to continue to support advances in T1D, which help people live longer and with fewer complications from diabetes,” said Amy Camp, executive director of JDRF Greater Dallas. “We would like to thank our amazing host Cliff Harris, special guest Craig Morton, the other athletes and celebrities who support us each year, our tireless volunteers and most importantly, our generous sponsors and donors.”




Presenting Sponsors ($25,000): Pioneer Natural Resources, Coca-Cola Southwest Beverages


Birdie Sponsors ($10,000): Aimbridge Hospitality, Chief Oil & Gas, Kayne Anderson Energy Funds, PT Petroleum


Par Sponsors ($5,000): Air-X-Changers/ Eads and Associates, Alegacy, Ariel, Atmos, Canyon Midstream, Caterpillar Oil & Gas, Crossing Rocks, Energy Transfer Partners, Dr. Arlene Jacobs & Allen Feltman, Gray Reed & McGraw, Rosemary Haggar Vaughan Family Foundation, IPS Advisors, Lockton, Prime Controls, ProPetro, Marianne & Roger Staubach, Shermco Industries, Star Electric, Strike, Renee & Danny Thompson, Vitol


In addition, donor David Terre, former executive lead of Wilson Sporting Goods, shut down national production to reproduce eight of the official Super Bowl XII footballs. The footballs were signed by the two former quarterbacks, Craig Morton of the Denver Broncos and Roger Staubach of the Dallas Cowboys, and three of the footballs were up for bid, which raised an additional $21,000 in the live auction.


This year’s tournament celebrated the 40th anniversary of Super Bowl XII, when the Dallas Cowboys defeated the Denver Broncos in the Louisiana Superdome on January 15, 1978. In honor of this, JDRF arranged for Craig Morton, the Denver Broncos quarterback from Super Bowl XII, to attend the tournament along with other special guests, such as former Super Bowl XII Cowboys players: Butch Johnson, Ed "Too Tall" Jones, DD Lewis, Drew Pearson, Mel Renfro, Charlie Waters, Super Bowl XII MVP Randy White, Billy Joe DuPree and Rayfield Wright. Other players included: Lyle Blackwood, Norm Bulaich, Doug Donley, John Fitzgerald, Doug Freeze, Gary Hammond, Chad Hennings, Russell Maryland, Mike Montgomery, Kurt Petersen, Mike Renfro and Everson Walls. Several other local figures joined in the fun, including: former Dallas Stars goaltender Marty Turco, Dallas Cowboys wide receivers coach Derek Dooley, former NBA Phoenix Suns forward Ira Terrell, actor Burton ‘Bubba’ Gilliam, former Texas Rangers pitcher Don Stanhouse, Ouachita Baptist University head basketball coach Dennis Nutt, and CBS Sports analyst and former college coach, Houston Nutt. This year’s presenting sponsors included Tim Dove, president and chief executive of Pioneer Natural Resources; Rich Dealy, executive vice president and chief financial officer of Pioneer Natural Resources and Ish Arebalos, public affairs and communications relations for Coca-Cola Southwest Beverages.




JDRF’s goal is to progressively remove the impact of T1D from people’s lives until a world without T1D is achieved. JDRF collaborates with a wide spectrum of partners and is the only organization with the scientific resources, policy influence, and a working plan to bring life-changing therapies from the lab to the community. As the largest charitable supporter of T1D research, JDRF has invested nearly $2B in research over the past 47 years, and is sponsoring scientific research in 17 countries worldwide. For more information, please visit