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Popular DJ Craig Miller of "The Ticket" Sports Radio is returning to be Master of Ceremonies at the 15th Annual Bishop Dunne 100 Dinner on October 22, 2015. A 1983 graduate of the school, Miller attributes much of his success in life to what he learned at Bishop Dunne.

Oak Cliff's Bishop Dunne 100 Dinner October 22, 2015 at the Hilton Anatole Celebrates Students, faculty, School Success 

Craig Miller, a 1983 graduate of Bishop Dunne and “The Ticket” Sports Radio’s popular morning DJ, will be the Master of Ceremonies at the 15th Annual Bishop Dunne 100 Dinner.

The program includes a keynote address from Dr. Fred Cerise, CEO of Parkland Hospital and a Bishop Dunne parent, along with an alumni address by Arturo Herrera, class of 2009.

The Voyager Award, given annually to an outstanding supporter of the school,  will be given to Monsignor Donald Zimmerman, Pastor of Christ the King Catholic Church, in recognition of his generous support of Bishop Dunne over the last 20 years.

Current and future families are invited to the Bishop Dunne 100 Dinner on Thursday, October 22, 2015, at the Hilton Anatole. Now in its 15th year, this dinner is an occasion to celebrate current students and their accomplishments while guests enjoy each other’s company over cocktails and a seated dinner.

The event is not an auction but an occasion where parents, students, faculty, alumni and other honored guests come together for an evening—usually ending around 9:30 p.m.—to celebrate the school’s progress and facilitate plans for the future. The Dinner was named after the 100 extra students needed to bring the school to its capacity of 700. These additional students would maximize proficiency at Bishop Dunne while reducing annual tuition increases. Every year Bishop Dunne turns away students who earnestly wish to attend. They recognize the school for its academic rigor, college opportunities, diversity, promotion of Christian values and social justice, extracurricular activities, and family atmosphere, but are unable to attend because the school cannot provide enough financial aid. If full capacity were reached, all of Bishop Dunne's students would benefit, with future funds used to further improve facilities.

For more information on the dinner see the school's website: www.bdcs.org or contact Mary Gracheck at mgracheck@bdcs.org.

An Open House at the school is scheduled for Sunday, November 8, 2015 at 3900 Rugged Drive, Dallas, TX 75224.
1:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
For more information, please send your inquiries to admission@bdcs.org or call 214-339-6561.
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