The Dallas Wings continued their long-standing relationship with the Promise House in Dallas by joining them for a Game Night and Dinner in May. The Wings’ players and Promise House kids engaged in some friendly competition, art projects, and card games. To finish the night, members of the team had the opportunity to serve dinner to the kids and staff.
Boys & Girls Club
Throughout the 2019 WNBA Season, the Dallas Wings Team and Coaching Staff visited numerous Boys & Girls Clubs in Arlington, Grand Prairie, Dallas, and Fort Worth. They touched on subjects ranging from basketball to arts and crafts and nutrition.
Meet The Dallas Wings Mascot: Lightning!
Lightning, the official mascot of the Dallas Wings, made her grand debut on May 20, 2017. Lightning flies in a lane of her own, with her bright personality and cheerful enthusiasm which inspires fans to get on their feet and rally behind the players from tip-off to the final buzzer.Lightning has a unique origin. As a Pegasus, she represents Dallas-Fort Worth, where the winged horse flies high above the city. She believes in the strength of North Texas and of the Dallas Wings, encouraging fans to cheer on their team with the upmost support. Lightning brings the electricity to College Park Center that energize the arena. Feel the buzz? It’s probably Lightning bringing the charge.