The Dogwood Veteran Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing life-changing support to veterans suffering from PTSD. Through various non-traditional programs and initiatives, the organization aims to help veterans heal and reintegrate into civilian life.

These non-traditional programs include the use of horses, exercise, camaraderie, strategic obstacles, and guidance in facing them, we empower veterans to overcome difficulties, build resilience, and become unrestricted in body, mind, and spirit. The result is a group of brothers capable of changing their circumstances and conquering life in any way they may choose.

The Dogwood Veteran Project will be presenting its First Annual Benefit Shindig on Saturday, November 18 at 58 Junction Ice House in Beulah. This event will feature performances by Brandon Rhyder, Joe Cuellar, Jonathan Webster, and Craig Harris.

All proceeds from the Benefit Shindig will go directly towards providing essential resources and therapeutic services to our brave veterans.

"We're excited to bring together our community for a night of great music and giving back," Tyler Hardy, Founder of the Dogwood Veteran Project. "Our veterans have given so much for our country, and this is a small way we can show our gratitude and support."

In addition to the live music, attendees will have the chance to win a variety of prizes. These include a 22 Magnum Henry Golden Boy Rifle, an Acoustic Guitar that can be autographed by all the artists, an ESP LTD Electric Bass Guitar, two custom-made Damascus Blade Knives, a set of Danner Men's Pronghorn Hunting Boots, and a horse care package from Tractor Supply.

For tickets and more information about the First Annual Benefit Shindig, click here.

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