The field at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington was the place to be this afternoon. But today, all the plays were for a great cause. For the second year in a row, Jerry’s World was filled with hundreds of luncheon tables for the annual Dallas Cowboys Kickoff Luncheon, which benefits The Dallas Cowboys Courage House at Happy Hill Farm Academy.

Happy Hill Farm Academy is a Christian boarding and day school on the fringe of the Metroplex near Granbury where boys and girls ages five to eighteen live, work and study on a 500-acre, working farm/campus. They accept no Federal or State funding, nor United Way money.

As it is every year, the luncheon was attended by the entire Dallas Cowboys team and coaching staff as well as Owner & General Manager Jerry Jones and family. In addition to the Ebby Halliday Companies, other sponsors included Flowserve, Interstate Batteries, Ford, American Airlines, Bank of America, Whole Foods and Staples.

The luncheon was attended by 8 branch office managers who were honored for their achievements so far this year: Vivian Black, Preston Keller; Terry Brion, Campbell/Coit; Becky Connatser, Dave Perry-Miller InTown; Diane Hausler, Allen; Malinda Brownlee Howell, 190@Jupiter; Terri Macaluso, Frisco; Carolyn Rosson, Southlake; and Sherry Smith, Sherman/Whitesboro.

For more photos from today s luncheon, visit the Official Ebby Halliday Facebook Fan Page here.

And to learn more about Happy Hill Farm Academy or to make your own donation, visit HappyHillFarm.org.

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