About Community Spotlight:
Do you belong to an organized neighborhood group that supports each other? We want to hear from you! The Town of Trophy Club would like to showcase the extraordinary efforts of these neighborhood groups and inspire others to join the movement of collective support. By highlighting these wonderful initiatives, we aim to strengthen the bonds that tie us together and celebrate the power of community collaboration.
Whether your group focuses on volunteer work, social events, environmental causes, or any other shared interest, we invite you to be a part of this special spotlight. Your story can inspire others to create their own neighborhood groups, fostering a strong sense of belonging and connection within Trophy Club.
Together, let's illuminate the remarkable neighborhood groups that make our community shine. Join us at an upcoming council meeting and share your neighborhood group with us. Together, we can continue to build a vibrant and supportive Trophy Club for everyone to enjoy.
Featured Community Spotlights:
September 25, 2023
Vicki Hardy attended the Town Council Meeting on behalf of her neighborhood, The Woods, which has been hosting a National Night Out (NNO) event for the past 14 years! She encouraged the community to participate! Every year, on the first Tuesday in October, neighborhoods through Trophy Club are invited to join forces with the Trophy Club Police Department and thousands of communities nationwide for the Annual National Night Out Against Crime. The National Association of Town Watch, the Bureau of Justice Assistance, the Office of Justice Programs, and the U.S. Department of Justice support the National Night Out to motivate citizens to become involved in the safety of their community. To sign up for your block party or home for a visit from the TC first responders on NNO, go to www.trophyclub.org/nno23reg
September 11, 2023
During the Monday, September 11th Town Council Meeting, Special Agent in Charge of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) – Dallas Field Division, Eduardo A. Chávez, spoke on the dangers of using illegal fentanyl. Watch it here.
Special Agent in Charge Eduardo A. Chávez leads the Dallas Field Division, overseeing DEA operations in North Texas to include offices in Dallas, Irving, Midlothian, Fort Worth, Lubbock, Amarillo, and Tyler, as well as the entire state of Oklahoma, with offices in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and McAlester.
As a seasoned DEA Operations Manager, Chavez’s career has been devoted to confronting the grave challenges posed by the illicit drug trade that threatens communities. Among these challenges, few have proven as difficult and covert as illegal fentanyl. During Chavez’s remarks, he shed light on the dangers of illegal fentanyl use, a synthetic opioid responsible for countless deaths across the United States and worldwide.
September 11, 2023
Get ready to tee off and witness the magic of the greens as we gear up for the much-anticipated Kathy Whitworth Championship Golf Tournament!
During the Monday, September 11th, Town Council Meeting event, organizers Bettye Odle and Cathy Write spoke during the Community Spotlight portion of the meeting to share updates on the upcoming golf tournament! Watch it here.
This annual event, known for its thrilling competition and community spirit, is making its debut in Trophy Club! Join us for a weekend of golfing excellence, camaraderie, and a chance to honor the legendary Kathy Whitworth herself.
This exciting event will bring together talented young professional golfers and amateurs, including recent college graduates, aiming for a spot on the LPGA tour. Read more about it at www.trophyclub.org/kw88.
September 11, 2023
September is National Preparedness Month, and it's time to emphasize the significance of being well-prepared in our community. September brings a critical reminder that disasters can strike at any time, and preparedness is our best defense. From natural calamities to unforeseen emergencies, being ready can make all the difference in ensuring the safety of you and your loved ones.
During the September 11th Town Council Meeting, Community Spotlight, Sydney Casey, Liaison Texas Department of Emergency Management Denton County, and Mark Bowlin, Assistant Emergency Management Coordinator, Denton County Office of Emergency Management, presented the importance of being prepared in case of emergencies. Watch it here.
What are these two agencies?
The Denton County Office of Emergency Management coordinates efforts to build, sustain, and improve Denton County’s capacity to prevent, mitigate, prepare for, respond to, and recover from disaster.
The Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) coordinates the state emergency management program, which is intended to ensure the state and its local governments respond to and recover from emergencies and disasters and implement plans and programs to help prevent or lessen the impact of emergencies and disasters. TDEM implements programs to increase public awareness about threats and hazards, coordinates emergency planning, provides an extensive array of specialized training for emergency responders and local officials, and administers disaster recovery and hazard mitigation programs in the State of Texas.
Check out their presentation, along with more information about how to make sure you are ready in case of a disaster! Click here to read more.
August 28, 2023
Dr. Hancock, Medical Director of TC Fire Department, presented to Council the Fire Department’s receipt of the American Heart Association Gold Mission Lifeline Award. The AHA developed the Mission: Lifeline Recognition Program to recognize emergency service organizations that meet the guidelines from the AHA and the American College of Cardiology in the pre-hospital care of patients with ST-Elevation Myocardial Infarction (STEMI) – the deadliest form of heart attack. Read more about the American Heart Association Gold Mission Lifeline Award here.
June 27, 2023
The first Community Spotlight discussion featured the neighbors of Indian Creek/Fairgreen. Mr. Jeff Eason, and his wife, Melissa, shared about their group of 9 families who began meeting during the pandemic outside to talk, help each other, and enjoy fellowship with one another. Anyone is welcome to attend their Thursday night gatherings; it’s “BYOC, Bring Your Own Chair.”
This group represents a beautiful example of community, and the Town appreciates having residents who care for one another so greatly. It’s a pure example of why Trophy Club is a “Great Place to Call Home."
We are excited to shine a light on the incredible neighborhood groups that thrive within our community, fostering support, camaraderie, and unity among residents.