I am pleased to announce that Montana native and former NFL defensive back Tuff Harris will be at DCC on November 30 at 7:00 PM in the Toepke Center. I
I am pleased to announce that Montana native and former NFL defensive back Tuff Harris will be at DCC on November 30 at 7:00 PM in the Toepke Center. I invite you to attend this public event, meet Tuff and hear his inspiring story of adversity and achievement.
Tickets are available at the door: Adults – $10; Seniors and Students – $8; Admission is free to DCC students and children 12 and younger.
Tuff Harris established a reputation as a hard worker excelling in both academics and athletics. In high school, he broke the Montana high school all-class record for the 100 meter dash his junior year and earned 7 individual state titles. Tuff was a corner back for the Grizzlies and graduated from the University of Montana with a 3.87 GPA prior to enjoying a 5-year career in professional football.
Of Crow and Northern Cheyenne descent, he was born Chester David Harris on the Crow Indian Reservation. He has been through many trials in his life and was given the nickname “Tuff” after surviving a harrowing childhood illness.
Currently, Tuff works with his Foundation to help Native Americans restore physical, spiritual, mental, and financial health through education and leadership development. Tuff has been placed in a unique position to help. Having played college and professional football Tuff’s platform of influence continues to grow and he has accepted the mission to help people overcome adversity and excel in life.
Please join us as we welcome Tuff to the DCC campus and learn more about this exceptional individual.
(Thursday) 7:00 PM
Dawson Community College
300 College Drive Glendive, MT 59330
Dawson Community College(406) 377-9400