Big Country Men to Learn How to “Be a Game Changer” from NFL Hall of Famer

Second annual Men’s Breakfast hosted by BCFS to benefit local youth

ABILENE ­­­­­­­­– On Thursday, February 25, BCFS Health and Human Services will bring Big Country men (and women) together for the second annual Men’s Breakfast to enjoy steak and eggs, classic cars, a sports star, live music, and fellowship with like-minded folks. Dallas Cowboys legend and NFL Hall of Famer Randy White will provide the keynote address about what it means to “be a game changer.”

BCFS Health and Human Services presents the
Second Annual Men’s Breakfast
Thursday, February 25, 2016, at 7 a.m.

Abilene Country Club
4039 S Treadaway Blvd., Abilene, TX 79602

Guests will enjoy coffee, music by Kevin Rowe, a classic car show beginning at 7 a.m. and a silent auction followed by a hearty steak-and-eggs breakfast. As a member of the Dallas Cowboys’ storied Doomsday Defense, Randy White played an integral part in the team’s success during his 14-year career, appearing in three Super Bowls, winning Super Bowl XII and being named Super Bowl Co-MVP.

Proceeds raised at the event will benefit Abilene youth and families in need from BCFS Health and Human Services’ programs, and BCFS’ Our House, which provides transitional shelter for young men overcoming homelessness.

Football players and other student athletes from Abilene schools and community sports teams are eligible for the discounted MVP Package to the Men’s Breakfast, which includes 2 tickets for $100. Individual tickets are $75 each. Tables are still available for sponsorship, at packages ranging from $500 to $5000.

Major sponsors who make the event possible include the Dodge Jones Foundation, Jay and Nancy Capra and Hendrick Medical.

BCFS Health and Human Services helps youth from the foster care and juvenile justice systems; families with young children and teens; and young adults struggling with homelessness, poverty, substance abuse and unemployment. The organization provides counseling, education and housing assistance, mentorships, case management, parent support groups, child abuse prevention programs, and life skills trainings. BCFS also operates Our House, a residential facility providing transitional shelter for youth who are struggling with homelessness.

For tickets to the BCFS Men’s Breakfast and more information about BCFS’ work in Abilene, visit or call (325) 692-0033.

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BCFS is a global system of health and human service non-profit organizations with locations and programs throughout the United States as well as Eastern Europe, Latin America, Asia and Africa. The organization is a national leader in medical sheltering and emergency management and response, providing critical emergency support services to federal, state and local governments. BCFS also provides residential services and emergency shelters for children who are abused or neglected; assisted living services and vocational training for adults with intellectual disabilities; mental health services for children and families, foster care and adoption services; medical services; early education; transitional living services for youth who are at-risk and those in the juvenile justice system; residential camping and retreats for children and families; and international humanitarian aid for children living in impoverished conditions in developing countries.



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