In August 2009, the Southern Methodist University hosted the tenth annual Tom Landry Classic at its Gerald J. Ford Stadium in Dallas. More than 22,500 were in attendance to watch four of the top ten high school football teams in the country play to win the title. After games between the Southlake Carroll Dragons and the Plano West Wolves, and the Red Oak Hawks and the Highland Park Scots, the Southlake Carroll Dragons won the competition.
In addition to winning the title, event participants of the winning team are eligible to receive the Tom Landry Scholarship, including football players, student managers, student trainers, band members, cheerleaders and field performers. The team of Boothe Eye Care and Laser Center was proud to contribute to the scholarship, which awards college assistance to deserving high school seniors.
William Boothe, MD, and his team have participated in the scholarship for several years and have helped give more than $470,000 to students who demonstrate leadership, integrity, academics and community service. In 2009, Boothe Eye Care and other sponsors awarded the scholarship to Emily Giffin, Will Johnson and Scott Lopano.
Dr. William Boothe has served the community for more than two decades, whether it is participating in philanthropic efforts or serving the eye care needs of patients. Because of his commitment to patient satisfaction, he is one of the top Dallas laser eye surgery providers, a testament to his outstanding surgical skills and personalized care.
He and the team at Boothe Eye Care have performed more than 112,000 LASIK procedures, and 69,000 IntraLASIK procedures - a blade-free approach to laser vision correction. Dr. Boothe is dedicated to remaining at the forefront of ophthalmology technologies, and equips his state-of-the-art surgical suite with some of the finest, most sophisticated technologies available. He is proud to be a Fellow of the American Academy of Ophthalmology - one of the most prestigious titles for eye care professionals.
Posted on: Monday, September 28, 2009 at 10:00 pm
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