We are approaching our Parade of Patriots event in Trophy Club. This is a once-a-year opportunity to get together and praise the values this country was founded upon. We want you to gather your friends and family to participate in the parade. Here are a few reasons why:
INSTILL A SENSE OF COMMUNITY
At the Council meeting on April 26th, the Town Council announced and recognized six Trophy Club residents who were nominated by peers in the community for the 2015 Citizen of the Year honor. All six nominees had outstanding volunteer backgrounds and make huge impacts on the community, schools, neighborhoods and various organizations they serve. Congratulations to all nominees — we are so proud to have such fantastic citizens in Trophy Club!
Kelly Castonguay — Recipient
Growing Up WILD (GUW) is a childhood education program that builds on a child’s sense of wonder about nature and invites them to explore wildlife and the world around them. Through a wide range of activities and experiences, GUW provides an early foundation for developing positive impressions about the world of nature and lifelong social & academic skills. Register for your kids for Growing Up WILD to discover the un-ending beauty of the great outdoors! For more information and registration, visit keeptrophyclubwild.org.
Beginning Wednesday, March 23rd, the large and small sides of Freedom Dog Park will flip for approximately two weeks to allow for turf regrowth and general maintenance. Signs will be posted pointing dog owners to the correct side. For questions about the dog park please contact Tony Jaramillo at email@example.com.
Register for Pre-Ballet at tcparks.org if your child has expressed an interest in dance and might enjoy learning new styles of dance. The 45-minute classes are held once a week on Saturdays at 9:00 a.m. from March 26th to April 30th. The cost is $100 per child and classes are held in the Arts Trailer in the parking lot at Independence Park East (501 Parkview).
Pre-ballet is for beginners age 3-5, and students will focus on socialization, teamwork, learning appropriate dance etiquette and how to follow directions. Students also learn…
The Trophy Club Town Council is seeking residents who are willing to spend a few hours a month to serve their community.Now Accepting Applications
Animal Shelter Advisory Board
The Animal Shelter Advisory Board is charged with working with staff to set standards for the town's animal shelter and the care of animals, and to provide periodic reports to the Texas Department of Health.
The board consists of five people who shall serve for a period of one year. The terms of office…
February is American Heart month and to help kick it off we have 10 ways our parks and programs can improve your family's heart health.For more information on Trophy Club parks, please visit www.tcparksandrec.org. 1. Visit Freedom Dog Park Let your dog off the leash and walk some laps around Freedom Dog Park. Walking just 3 laps along the fence line on the large dog side equals 1 mile! 2. Attend a Hip Hop Dance Class Get…