Boots and Bullets event tables now available

Brady Hanson (left) and Dayton Police Capt. John Coleman await the start of the live auction at Boots and Bullets on Saturday, Jan. 26, 2018, at the Dayton Community Center. Hanson is a veteran auctioneer from Dayton.

Get your boots ready to scoot, the annual Boots and Bullets event, benefiting the Dayton Volunteer Fire Department, is just around the corner. This premier Dayton event will take place on Jan. 25, at 6 p.m. at the Dayton Community Center, featuring live music and dancing, silent and live auctions and raffles. 

“We’re really excited about how things are coming together. We’re going to have some terrific entertainment and great auction items,” said Captain John Coleman of the Dayton Police Department and event Co-Chair. “Everyone’s guaranteed to have a good time.” 

Entertainment will be provided by Austin Tellez and local favorite, The Southern Breeze Band.  VIP tables, which include a steak dinner, and wine or whiskey of choice, and Reserved tables should be reserved early; space is at a premium. The deadline to reserve a table is Jan. 15. Tables seat 10.

A VIP table for 10 people is $500, which includes steak dinners, two bottles of wine or one bottle of whiskey. A reserved table for 10 people is $300, which includes two bottles of wine and one bottle of whiskey. Single tickets at the door are $15 each.

All proceeds go to the Dayton Volunteer Fire Department, an all-volunteer organization that proudly protects an estimated 22,000 people living in an area of 144 square miles.

For more information or to reserve a table contact:
John Coleman – 936-346-1584
Tammy Alexander – 936-641-0100
David Rodgers – 832-473-9880

Established in 1930, the Dayton Volunteer Fire Department has an incredible  ISO rating of 2, placing it among the select few to achieve one of the highest Public Protection Classification ratings awarded by the Insurance Services Office and approved by the Texas Department of Insurance and is among the nation’s best. 

The DVFD is counted on throughout Liberty County and parts of Harris County to back up the numerous other volunteer fire departments and agencies. The DVFD was and continues to be 100 percent volunteer, and continues to support itself through help from our community.

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