The Most Patriotic Day in the State of Texas is Back!

Coming April 19 2018

Boot’n & Salute’n Benefit Dinner: April 18, 2018

(more information to come)

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Get Involved: Click Here     New: Boot’n & Salute’n Benefit Dinner Ticket  or Invitation Required!

Remembering Boot’n & Shoot’n 2017

Honoring Veterans

Each shooting team is paired with a military veteran, who is an honored guest throughout the event.

90 Shooting Teams

Take aim at sporting clays, and compete with fellow marksmen on our beautiful wooded course.
(Sign up now, these sell out fast!)

Live Concert

At Boot’n & Shoot’n, kick back and relax at our live country concert with Jon Wolfe.

Great Food

Bring your appetite! Babe’s Chicken Dinner House is serving lunch, and yes, that includes dessert!
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Jon Wolfe Music

Jon Wolfe will be performing live at the Boot’n & Salute’n Dinner(requires Ticket or Invitation). The best introduction to Jon Wolfe is the basic yet not so simple fact that he’s a country singer and songwriter. Country music, as it was, is and always should be, with boots firmly standing on the bedrock of tradition and an eye focused on taking it into the future. And that, as any fan of true country knows, is no simple proposition. Wolfe’s music has been burning up the Texas Charts where he garnered six consecutive Top Ten singles(“Let A Country Boy Love You,” “That Girl In Texas,” “I Don’t Dance,” “It All Happened In A Honky Tonk,” “The Only Time You Call” and “What Are You Doin’ Right Now”), making Wolfe a “must see” act in the Texas touring scene. A seasoned performer, Wolfe has opened for some of country’s biggest stars and has played more than 400 live shows over the past four years. Wolfe invites country music fans everywhere to dust off your boots, download or spin the single, and come see the electrifying live show that has everyone talking. The numbers don’t lie: Jon Wolfe is the torchbearer for country music. Visit Jon Wolfe’s website at

Brain Treatment Foundation logo

Brain Treatment Foundation is a 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to providing support for brain health initiatives relating to treatment, rehabilitation, research and public education.

Brain Treatment Foundation is proud to support both past and present members of America’s Armed Forces.  There is a significant need for safe and effective treatment of Traumatic Brain Injury and Post-Traumatic Stress where poly-pharmacy and neglect have no place.

The goal of Brain Treatment Foundation is to partner with treatment providers and other organizations to restore hope and provide support for service members suffering from combat incurred Traumatic Brain Injury and/or Post-Traumatic Stress and their families. The founders firmly believe in collaboration, sharing data and uniting for a purpose larger than those served by each individual organization.  Through treatment, rehabilitation, research and public education, Brain Treatment Foundation seeks to become an active agent of change in the world of brain health. 

We are honored to work with the military members of this nation and will constantly strive to maintain that privilege through ethical and honest practices, while keeping the best interest of those we serve as our compass.

The Third Option Foundation seeks to provide immediate post-casualty care and resiliency support to members of the CIA’s Directorate of Operations special operations community, and their families.

Due to the sensitivity of the operations that members of the community carry out, their families are not eligible to seek out support from the multitude of existing charities, relief organizations, and government programs that help families of the fallen and the wounded warriors from this special community.

The Third Option Foundation fills this gap.

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Dallas Fort Worth Fallen Officers Foundation

Dallas Fort Worth Fallen Officer Foundation

The Dallas Fort Worth Fallen Officer Foundation(DFWFOF) is a 501 (c)3 police support organization, designed to assist the families of police officers killed or seriously injured in the line-of-duty. The DFWFOF is a supporter of the Dallas Police Department and other local police agencies in the Dallas-Fort Worth region (Dallas, Collin, Denton, Rockwall, Ellis, and Tarrant County). Since its inception in 2009, the organization has maintained its strategic goal of lessening the financial and emotional burden placed on officers and their families following catastrophic incidents that result in an officer’s death or inability to work. Due to the wide-range of resources that officers and their families need during their times of crisis, the foundation has organized for the sole purpose of supporting those families by providing financial assistance, and other supportive services centered on helping the officers’ families cope with the loss. Although, the foundation’s primary goal is to assist the families of “fallen officers” injured or killed in the line-of-duty, DFWFOF values philanthropy and community engagement.

DFWFOF Services

  • Provide monetary assistance for families of “fallen officers” in the Dallas-Fort Worth region
  • Assist officers and families with accessing resources
  • Assist families with funeral planning and act as a liaison on behalf of family to help acquire available benefits
  • Provide gift baskets, flowers and sympathy cards
  • Assist with family needs like grocery shopping and transporting the kids to and from school and/or events following a tragedy
  • Assist with making hotel accommodations for fallen officers’ out-of-state family members
  • Participate in community engagement and support


  • To establish a cooperative network of support among the law enforcement community in the Dallas-Fort Worth region
  • To develop avenues for support across various sectors of society including the political and business community
  • To allow police officers to be directly involved in providing support for themselves and fellow officers
  • To work in cooperation with the parents, widows and family members of the fallen officers to honor the sacrifices of their love ones
  • To act as stewards of goodwill on behalf of the families to advocate for support

Boot’n & Shoot’n has created patches to show support for Fallen Officers. They will be available for purchase at Boot’n & Shoot’n 2017.

Ret. Sgt Joey Jones Honored by Operation Home Giveaway in 2013

Sammy Kershaw, SEAL Team 3, and a ton of great friends joined Boot’n & Shoot’n 2013 where we honored Joey Jones as the 1st recipient for Operation Home Giveaway.

This year we will keep a similar format as we honor a help turn another HERO INTO A HOMEOWNER and bring even more fun and excitement to raise the most money possible.

Join Us in Honoring our Military Heroes

Register your team. Buy raffle tickets. Bid on auction items. Give back to those who protect your freedoms.

Please join and fight with us.

Thank You to our 2017 Sponsors!

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