According to Dallas Historical Society Awards for Excellence Advisor/Coordinator Louise Caldwell,
The Trustees of the Dallas Historical Society are honored to celebrate the recipients of the 2017 Awards for Excellence (AFE), which is bestowed on individuals who have demonstrated generosity of spirit, civic leadership, and ability to encourage community-wide participation in a particular phase of the growth of the city.
Award recipients will be recognized at the 36th AFE luncheon which will be held on Thursday, November 9, from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at The Fairmont Dallas.
Former award recipients JoAnne and Tony Roosevelt will serve as 2017 honorary co-chairs with Carol Montgomery and Kaysie Montgomery serving as the 2017 event co-chairs. Stewart Thomas will return as this year’s master of ceremonies.
Tickets for the 36th annual Awards for Excellence Luncheon begin at $125, with table sales/underwriting levels beginning at $1,000 and award sponsorships beginning at $2,500. For more information or to purchase a ticket or sponsorship, visit http://www.dallashistory.org/support/awards-for-excellence/ or contact Nora Lenhart, 214.421.4500 ext. 106 or Nora@dallashistory.org
The Dallas Historical Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of Dallas and Texas history. Offering free education programming, lectures, historic city tours, museum exhibitions, and other special events, this organization strives to be the preeminent resource for exploring, and instilling appreciation for the diverse history of Dallas and Texas. We endeavor to encourage historical inquiry and maintain the importance and relevance of history today. Our collection of archival material- including historic photographs, diaries, journals, papers, periodicals, maps, and books- is available to researchers. Formed in 1922, the Dallas Historical Society is the oldest organization in Dallas County committed to preserving the history of the region, and presenting it to the public in innovative and informative ways. For more information, visit dallashistory.org.