|Pat Smith gets (and gives) some love from the children of St. Philip's|
|(left to right) Diane Johnston, Marianne Staubach, Pat Smith | Daryl Johnston, Roger Staubach, Emmitt Smith|
(bottom) Bill Lively, Pat Smith, Emmitt Smith
The 2015 Destiny Awardees included Dallas power couple, Suzanne and Patrick McGee, for LEADERSHIP; Vicki Meek, visual artist and manager of the South Dallas Cultural Center, for UNSUNG HERO; sponsors of the recent Dallas Faces Race conference, The Boone Family Foundation and Embrey Family Foundation, for ORGANIZATION, and Neiman Marcus, with its exceptional employee volunteer program, for CORPORATION. The Destiny Awards recognize outstanding leadership by a corporation, non-profit, organization and two individuals in building bridges between diverse communities. The work of each awardee demonstrates the importance of embracing the oneness of humankind to which the destiny of the world is linked.
"Just as sacrifices were made to make my future bright, It is my responsibility to do things that are right. I must start today to pave the way. The community and the world need my contributions. In success, I will not stray." - from the St. Philip's Creed
St. Philip’s School & Community Center is an independent School in southern Dallas serving 240 students, grades PK2 through Sixth Grade (ages 2 – 12), and a comprehensive community center, providing numerous athletic, educational and social services to 3,000 children, youth, and adults annually. To learn more, visit http://www.stphilips1600.org/
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