DWWTS – Previous Years

Dancing with West Texas Stars


Dancing with West Texas Stars is Crisis Center of West Texas' largest fundraising event of the year! Join us in February 2019 for our 5th year of dinner, dancing, and support for our mission to end sexual and domestic violence in West Texas!

DWWTS 2018

The 4th Annual Dancing with West Texas Stars raised more than $300,000 to support Crisis Center of West Texas. Gus Ortega took home the Mirror Ball Trophy after dancing with partner Eva Garcia and successfully raising more than $42,000!

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Other Award Winners

Best Female Dancer: Mallory Langford and partner Michael Greenwell

Best Male Dancer: Blake Batte and partner Kelsey Bourg Tanner

Most Entertaining: Catherine Daniels and partner Enrique Romero

Best Costume: Justin Carrigan and partner Janet Ansley


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Our 2018 Stars

Mallory Langford
Tatum Guinn
Gus Ortega
Catherine Daniels
Lucinda Hurlbut
Justin Carrigan
Nelson Minyard
Barbara Atkins
Derrick Bush
Blake Batte

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DWWTS 2017


Dancing with West Texas Stars 2017 featured Karmen Hendrix Bryant, Tammy Hawkins, Sam Gonzalez, Dewey Bryant, Travis Fisher, Lori Morrow, Jimmy Rose, Lynn Van Amburgh, Cindy Weir Nutter, and Matt Rist.
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The 3rd Annual Dancing with West Texas Stars raised more than $190,000 to support Crisis Center of West Texas. Cindy Weir Nutter took home the Mirror Ball Trophy after dancing with partner Anthony Behmardi and successfully raising more than $42,000!

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Other Award Winners

Best Female Dancer: Tammy Hawkins with partner Ray Reynosa

Best Male Dancer: Jimmy Rose with partner Eva Garcia

Most Entertaining: Sam Gonzalez with partner Beatriz Gonzalez

Best Costume: Karmen Hendrix Bryant with partner Fred Behmardi


Big News for CCWTX

Even when the music stopped, the fun wasn't over. Dancing with West Texas Stars 2017 featured the news of a $1 million donation by the Wood Family Foundation to fund the new Louise Wood Angel House Shelter. This news spurred a challenge gift of $150,000, and led to an additional $200,000 being pledged to fund Crisis Center of West Texas’ planned $5 million shelter designed by JSA Architects. The night ended with $350,000 pledged for the sake providing a more suitable space for West Texans seeking safety from domestic and sexual violence.

Learn more about the new Louise Wood Angel House here.

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Dancing with West Texas Stars 2016

The 2nd Annual Dancing with West Texas Stars sent Jane Boles home with the Mirror Ball Trophy after she danced with partner Ray Reynosa and successfully raised the most funds for Crisis Center of West Texas.


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Other Award Winners

Best Female Dancer: Victoria Printz and partner Fred Behmardi

Best Male Dancer: Sudip Bose and partner Monica Fry

Most Entertaining: Nancy Stewart and partner Michael Greenwell

Best Costume: Peggy Dean and partner Enrique Romero


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Our 2016 Stars

David Boutin
Carl Brown
Marshall Hughes
Gaven Norris
Sudip Bose
Jennifer Cobos
Nancy Stewart
Denise Swanner
Victoria Printz
Peggy Dean

Dancing with West Texas Stars 2015

The first Dancing with West Texas Stars was a night to remember! Robert E. White danced with partner Libby Sharp, took home the Mirror Ball Trophy, and set the stage for years of dancing to come!


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Other Award Winners

Best Female Dancer: Lisa Sutton-Housman and partner Enrique Romero

Best Male Dancer: Joe James Camarillo and partner Janet Ansley

Most Entertaining: Joe James Camarillo and partner Janet Ansley

Best Costume: Javier Morales and partner Tammie Locklar


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Our 2015 Stars

Pat Canty
Jay Hendricks
Lisa Sutton-Housman
Dale Cole
Javier Morales
Lisa Crenshaw
Suzanne Rathbun
Robert White
Sarah Kate Billingsley
Joe James Camarillo

Your support helps us to end sexual and domestic violence in West Texas. Thank you!