The Town Council is seeking residents who are willing to spend a few hours a month to serve their community. Trophy Club is blessed with amazing volunteers and the tradition of an active resident volunteer base is what has made this community strong. If you have the time, passion and/or interest in any of the board or commission positions below, then please apply. Thank you for your interest in serving the Trophy Club Community!Applications will be accepted starting Monday, July 8, 2013 until Thursday, August 8, 2013 at 5:00 p.m. for the…
The Trophy Club Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (LDS) has begun construction of a 19,422 square foot church located at the corner of Trophy Club Drive and Bobcat Boulevard. The LDS church, which rests on 6.3 acres of land, has completed 70 percent of construction and is scheduled to be completed in November. The building will house three congregations and will be used for Sunday Worship and offices for the local Stake Leadership.Building and Amenities
The Church has many unique features and amenities, including:
For the second year in a row, the Stars and Stripes volunteers will paint the town red, white, and blue by planting over 25,000 American flags along Trophy Club roadways to celebrate the Fourth of July holiday.
Flags have been ordered and delivered to Street Captains who have been assigned sections of Trophy Club for planting and harvesting. Over 600 volunteers - men, women, and children - from all over Trophy Club will load up wagons, bicycles, golf carts and backpacks with American flags. The flags will be placed every 12 feet at the…
The Trophy Club Emergency Volunteer Association (TCEVA) is currently working to raise funds in order to purchase equipment and other supplies for the volunteers. The TCEVA community volunteer group has been serving a Pancake Breakfast at the Fire Station on Election Day for many years and the current fundraiser is a continuation of the raffle that started on May 11, 2013. Please consider purchasing a $5 raffle ticket (or 5 tickets for $20) for the opportunity to win a LARGE bundle prize (the more tickets you buy, the better your chances to win;…
The following was written by Trophy Club Councilman, Danny Mayer.
Each of us at one time or another has probably come to believe that as an individual there is little that we can do to affect change. I know that I have been guilty of this kind of thinking. The events of the past week have taught me once again that a single person can indeed make a huge difference.
On Monday as I was preparing for the Town Council meeting that evening I was stunned as I watched the news reports of the tornado in Moore, OK. I sat at my desk and watched…
On April 22, 2013, Mayor Pro Tem Glenn Strother presented the 2012 Citizen of the Year nominees and recpients with certificates and plaques honoring residents for their outstaning volunteer efforts in the community. A large crowd gathered to show support and appreciation for the ten nominees who went above and beyond in their service to the town.Congratulations to all nominees and recipients!
- Rachael Freed - 13
- Jessica Hunter - 13
- Anna Tappan - 11
- Brandon Michaelis - 12