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2021 Stars and Stripes Luncheon and Red Carpet Event!

We are so excited to present the 2020 Stars and Stripes Luncheon and Red Carpet Event benefiting Sons of the Flag. During this challenging year, we are particularly pleased that we were still able to move forward with hosting our event to honor burn survivors through continued support made possible with your help! We always hold our event around Veterans Day, at which time we honor our nation’s finest: our Military, Veterans, and First Responders, and we would love for you to be part of the celebration.

Luncheon

Please mark your calendars for our fabulous luncheon to be held on Monday, November 9 at Dallas Country Club.

Red Carpet

The Red Carpet Party and Screening Event will be held on the prior evening, Sunday, November 8.

Keynote Speaker: Brendan “Donut” McDonough

We have no doubt that we will sell out the luncheon quickly. You will want to be a part of this very special day! This year, we will welcome Brendan “Donut” McDonough. He is the lone surviving Granite Mountain Hotshot, as portrayed in the film, Only the Brave, which chronicles the deadly Yarnell Hill fire tragedy in 2013. His inspiring story of survival was immortalized in the epic film, Only the Brave, which recounts the harrowing experience. We will host a Red Carpet Event Party and Screening of the film, that will be open only to our table sponsors, and Brendan McDonough will participate in a Q&A post-screening.

We truly appreciate our donors for making our Burn Survivor programs possible through their generous gifts.

A huge THANK YOU to our Stars and Stripes Event Chairs; Hillary and Chris Reeder, and Lissie and Wayne McCullough, and our host committee for their generosity and friendship.

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About Sons of the Flag

Founded by former Navy SEAL Ryan “Birdman” Parrott, Sons of the Flag is a nonprofit organization committed to supporting Burn Survivors, by revolutionizing burn care through funding for Medical Fellowships, funding for Burn Unit needs across the country, including our very own UT Southwestern and Parkland Hospitals, and offering direct assistance to Burn Survivors and their families.

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