Tim Brown. Photo courtesy of HHM Health.

Former NFL player Tim Brown and WFAA sports anchor Joe Trahan will engage in a conversation at an upcoming luncheon at the Dallas Arboretum.

After graduating from Woodrow in 1984, Brown went on to play at the University of Notre Dame, where he won the Heisman Trophy. He was drafted into the NFL and spent several seasons with the Los Angeles/Oakland Raiders before joining Tampa Bay. In 2015, he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Brown was also inducted into the inaugural class of Dallas ISD’s Athletic Hall of Fame, along with Davey O’Brien.

He and Trahan will be featured at the Healing Hands Ministries Health Luncheon, where Trahan is also the emcee.

HHM Health, founded in 2005, is a Dallas-based nonprofit with eight community health centers to aid uninsured and insured individuals, refugees and families in need.

The event will also include a raffle to win five $100 gift cards to Dallas restaurants, a Neiman Marcus gift card and a football signed by Brown. Julia Sands Cunningham, the granddaughter of Carolina Rose Hunt, will represent The Rosewood Foundation in accepting an award for the organization’s dedication to improving health care.

Tickets for the March 31 luncheon at Rosine Hall are available here. Proceeds from the tickets and raffle will support HHM Health.


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