The Byron Nelson High School (BNHS) Football Team is offering to do yard work for elderly, disabled or single parent residents as a community service project. The group is looking for individuals who need some help, so if you know anyone who could use a little yard work, please send an email to CleanMyYard2015@gmail.com with details. On Saturday, May 9th, groups of football players will be dropped off at homes to perform yard work.
A community-wide observance of the 64th Annual National Day of Prayer for the citizens of Roanoke, Trophy Club, and Westlake and surrounding areas will be held on May 7 at 12 noon at the Trophy Club Clock Tower located at the town’s main entrance. The event will be filled with prayer for our nation and its governmental leaders, military, media, businesses, schools, churches and families.
The Roanoke Fire Department Honor Guard will present the colors, members of the Roanoke VFW Post No. 5074 will lead the attendees in reciting…
The Bi-annual Community Clean Up events are scheduled for Saturday, May 2 (spring) and Saturday, October 31 (fall), from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. in the Byron Nelson High School northwest parking lot. All Trophy Club residents (please bring proof of residency) are welcome to drop off unwanted items during the event, which is hosted by Republic Services. The service includes the Crud Cruiser for unwanted household hazardous waste products, large dumpsters, electronic recycling, and document shredding.
The National Institutes of Health recently called child sexual abuse the most dangerous issue facing America’s kids. The month of April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month and the Trophy Club Police Department & Premier Academy are proud to partner with the Children’s Advocacy Center of Denton County to host a seminar and discussion about how to recognize and report child abuse in our community.
By ensuring that parents have the knowledge, skills, and resources they need to care for their children,…
Posted by April Reiling on Mar 18, 2015
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The 2015-2016 Discover Trophy Club Magazine contains news, information and resources for anyone interested in learning more about the Trophy Club community. Delivered to households in Trophy Club, the magazine is utilized as a marketing tool and is available at Municipal offices. We hope you enjoy reading and learning about the beautiful Trophy Club community!
- Community Profile & Newcomer’s Guide
- Public Safety — Police, Fire & EMS
One of the best eateries around is right here in Trophy Club! The Byron Nelson High School (BNHS) Byron Bistro features a seasonal menu that changes weekly — and the food is delicious. Open for lunch on Wednesday & Thursday from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., the Byron Bistro serves exotic foods with the freshest ingredients, including a variety of sandwiches, soups, salads, hot dishes and deserts. The award-winning Byron Bistro will open April 2 then close in mid-May for Summer, and reopen in October 2015. BNHS students prepare and serve all…
Nomination deadline extended to Monday, April 13th!
The Town of Trophy Club values the contributions its citizens make to enrich the quality of life within our community through volunteerism. Citizen of the Year (COY) Recognition showcases the people who go above and beyond to make Trophy Club better and provides formal acknowledgment of deserving individuals. Citizen of the Year includes two categories: Adult & Youth.
The deadline to submit nominations is Monday, April 13, 2015.Click here to nominate…