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Reindeer Romp Larger than Expected, Expect Delays - December 5th in AM

Reindeer Romp Larger than Expected, Expect Delays - December 5th in AM

Posted by April Reiling on Nov 30, 2015
Tags: BNHS, Community, Events, Holiday, Town News, TCPD, Sports, Schools, Recreation, Public Safety

The Reindeer Romp is a 5K and 1 Mile Run scheduled for the morning of Saturday, December 5th, and we anticipate traffic delays due to the large number of participants. The race partners expect approximately 4,000 runners and have cut off registration for the race due to the high volume of runners impacting Trophy Club roadways. The 5K route is the same as the July 4th 5K (see graphic below). The 1 Mile Run route goes around BNHS and should not impact traffic. The Reindeer Romp benefits Northwest ISD PE Departments.

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Christmas Celebration at the Clock Tower - December 5, 2015

Christmas Celebration at the Clock Tower - December 5, 2015

Posted by April Reiling on Nov 30, 2015
Tags: Community, Events, Holiday, Town News, Schools, Recreation

Join us at the Clock Tower for Trophy Club’s annual Christmas Celebration! Enjoy a variety of FREE tasty treats including funnel cakes, homemade cookies, popcorn balls, chocolate pretzels and hot apple cider. Beck and Lakeview Elementary students will sing holiday songs, Mayor Sanders will read T’was The Night Before Christmas and Santa Claus will make a special appearance (photographs with Santa encouraged)!

Saturday, December 5th
6:30 p.m.
Trophy Club Clock Tower
SH 114 at Trophy Club Drive

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Accepting Food Donations Through December 13th

Accepting Food Donations Through December 13th

Posted by April Reiling on Nov 18, 2015
Tags: Trophy Club Gives, Community, Government, Holiday, Hospitality, Town News, TCFD, TCPD, Volunteer

The Town is collecting non-perishable food items for the Roanoke Food Pantry this holiday season. If you would like to donate to families in need, food can be dropped off at the Fire Station, Municipal Building and Court/Permitting lobby Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Please bring food items for donation by December 13th.

Thank you for donating to those in need this holiday season!

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Municipal Offices Closed for Thanksgiving Holiday

Municipal Offices Closed for Thanksgiving Holiday

Posted by April Reiling on Nov 18, 2015
Tags: Community, Government, Holiday, Trash & Recycling, Town News

Trophy Club Municipal Offices close at noon on Wednesday, November 25th and will reopen after the Thanksgiving holiday on Monday, November 30, 2015. Normal Friday trash and recycling collections will shift to Saturday, November 28th due to the holiday.

Autumn photo taken at Trophy Gardens in Trophy Club Park by resident Jeff Robinson.

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How to Care for Poinsettias

How to Care for Poinsettias

Posted by April Reiling on Nov 13, 2015
Tags: Animals, Community, Holiday, Landscaping, Hospitality

Bright and colorful, poinsettias are nearly synonymous with the Christmas season. They provide you with a wealth of opportunities for holiday decorating. Poinsettias bring a splash of festive red and green to the table or windowsill. An attractive bowl, used as a planter, makes a cheery winter gift. With proper poinsettia care, you can enjoy these beautiful plants for weeks.  (Pet owners beware – poinsettias, mistletoe and holly are poisonous to cats and dogs.)

Find the Ideal Spot
To keep them looking good, give poinsettias…

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Dangerous Winter Holiday Plants for Pets

Dangerous Winter Holiday Plants for Pets

Posted by April Reiling on Nov 13, 2015
Tags: Animals, Community, Holiday, Landscaping, Public Health

By Marcia Kortmeyer, member TCWC, Trophy Gardeners, Chair TCWC Community Service Projects

You’re kidding? Seriously? The Holidays are just weeks away. Where did summer go? Didn’t I just go Christmas shopping a few months ago? I don’t know how time flies by but it does.  And with the Holidays upon us I think of Poinsettias, Mistletoe and Holly.  Beautiful Holiday plants!  But keep in mind that these plants can be toxic to our pets. 

A new plant in the house will create curiosity for our dogs &…

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