Get ready for the Cattle Baron’s Ball in Chesterfield County

RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — 8News is taking the lead with the American Cancer Society and we’re raising money for cancer research in a unique way.


The Cattle Baron’s Ball, sponsored by Haley Automotive Group, is coming to the Richmond area. It’s a night of fun, food and boot scootin’.

The western gala is held in more than 50 cities including Tampa and Dallas. And, now… Keystone Acres in Chesterfield on Saturday, November 5.

The Cattle Baron’s Ball originated in Dallas, Texas more than 35 years ago and is now the American Cancer Society’s signature western event with more than 50 Cattle Baron’s events nationwide. Cattle Baron’s Ball is where cowboys and cowgirls come together for an evening of golf o’ western fun! Today we ask you to help us continue to give the gift of another birthday through your participation in the inaugural 2016 Richmond Cattle Baron’s Ball.

Headliner: Ray Scott
Headliner: Ray Scott

At this western gala, you’ll don your blue jeans and cowboy boots to raise funds for the fight against cancer. Slated for November 5, at the beautiful Keystone Acres in Chesterfield, Virginia, this year’s event will inspire, uplift and help create a world with more birthdays.

A few music country stars will also be hitting the stage. Singer Ray Scott will be headlining and the country band, Outshyne, will be the opening act.

How can you get involved??

Visit our website at for ticket and table sponsorship information. Why support the American Cancer Society?

Here’s a snapshot of your dollars at work in Virginia:Ball 3

  • The Society helped 1,022 patients navigate through cancer treatment
  • 58 patients were provided with insurance assistance
  • The Society received 6,294 requests for cancer information
  • For Cancer patients receiving treatment far from home, 3,749 nights of lodging were provided
  • 937 women learned how to cope with the effects of treatment through Look Good…Feel Better sessions
  • 443 breast cancer patients received support through the Reach to Recover program
  • 6,873 trips to treatment were provided through transportation assistance and the Road to Recovery program

So put on your blue jeans and your favorite boots and join us for an exciting evening of entertainment and enlightenment.

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