Former TCU QB Andy Dalton, pictured with his wife Jordan in March of 2014, is hosting his annual fundraiser at Joe T. Garcia’s on April 1. It raises money for “Andy and Jordan's Hub”. The Hub is a locker filled with iPads, notebook computers, DVD players, gaming systems and other items to help pass the time while a child is undergoing treatment or recovery.
Former TCU QB Andy Dalton, pictured with his wife Jordan in March of 2014, is hosting his annual fundraiser at Joe T. Garcia’s on April 1. It raises money for “Andy and Jordan's Hub”. The Hub is a locker filled with iPads, notebook computers, DVD players, gaming systems and other items to help pass the time while a child is undergoing treatment or recovery. Ron Jenkins Star-Telegram
Former TCU QB Andy Dalton, pictured with his wife Jordan in March of 2014, is hosting his annual fundraiser at Joe T. Garcia’s on April 1. It raises money for “Andy and Jordan's Hub”. The Hub is a locker filled with iPads, notebook computers, DVD players, gaming systems and other items to help pass the time while a child is undergoing treatment or recovery. Ron Jenkins Star-Telegram
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