Apr 03

April Thoughts and Farewell's

Posted on April 3, 2023 at 10:00 AM by Jill Lind

This May will bring a bittersweet conclusion to my service to the Town of Trophy Club. 

I do not regret the sacrifices made in order to serve, and I am satisfied in knowing I have accomplished each and every goal (plus some) I set forth when my Council journey began in 2017. Along with most of my fellow Councilmembers, Town Staff, Boards, and Commissions, I have created, repaired, and maintained positive relationships with our nonprofits, schools, local businesses, and developers in neighboring towns and cities. We have spearheaded increased awareness for important initiatives in our community for kindness, veterans, first responders, teachers, students, families, nonprofits, and charities, to name a few. Town Council showed a 98% approval rating in the last Town Survey and has accomplished a long list of goals, passed several milestones, and received countless awards, certifications, and top rankings.

If you like the state of our town and our progression, I encourage you to vote for the candidate who embodies the same principle, which is, quite simply, doing what’s best for the Town and its residents, supported by those who represent the best of us, not the worst of us, as it is my hope as it’s my hope that current and future Councils will continue the positive trajectory that has been set forth and keep Trophy Club a Great Place to Call Home.

Mayor Kind

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Mayor Alicia Fleury

Mar 09

March in the Spring!

Posted on March 9, 2023 at 7:02 AM by Jill Lind

Last month, we kicked off our 6th Annual Campaign 4 Kindness with a proclamation accepted by Dan and Jen Hilbert, the kind folks of Dan’s Bagels.  Thanks to everyone who participated in the Kindness service projects and events, including our 5K&Fun Run 4 Kindness. In addition, Melody Anderson, Co-Chair of the Trophy Club Women's Club, was presented the Black History Month Proclamation, recognizing past barriers to progress for marginalized individuals, specifically people of color. 

We also survived what seems to be our annual,  Snowmageddon 2023! Although it wasn't as severe as in 2021, our amazing community and staff still pulled together once again.

Now, onto Spring! On March 18th, come on out to Indy East for “Touch a Truck,” where kids of all ages can explore the Town’s emergency response vehicles and heavy machinery while getting to know their operators.

On April 8th, hop on over to Indy East for our annual “EGGstravaganza”! Make sure you sign up for the TCWC Spring Garage Sale on April 22nd and don’t forget that on April 29th. We have the Hazardous Waste Community Clean-Up at BNHS Parking Lot. Also, on April 29th, head back over to Indy East because you definitely don’t want to miss the 2nd Annual Taste of Trophy Club!

I’m looking forward to seeing everyone around Town enjoying a beautiful Spring!

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Mayor Alicia Fleury

Feb 02

February is full Kindness

Posted on February 2, 2023 at 1:23 PM by Jill Lind

“Carry out a random act of kindness, with no expectation of reward, safe in the knowledge that one day someone might do the same for you.” —Princess Diana.

One of the very special things about our Town is the eagerness to spread kindness. February is National Kindness Month, Kindness Week takes place from February 13th through February 19th, Random Acts of Kindness Day falls on February 17th, and our Run 4 Kindness will be on February 25th. 

For the past five years, Trophy Club has been the host to Campaign 4 Kindness... a student-led, community-supported initiative, including a Fun Run 4 Kindness/5K, School Assemblies, and Service Projects through a coordinated partnership between Northwest ISD, Beck Elementary School, Lakeview Elementary School, Medlin Middle School, Byron Nelson High School, the Town of Trophy Club and Hope Kindness Community (HKC). Designed to create a culture of kindness, this Campaign brings together students, their families, and our residents, calling them to action in order to change their community and the world. Several of our residents, nonprofits, and businesses also step in to help our schools and families in need, even while struggling during uncertain times. 

I couldn’t be more proud to call Trophy Club home and to volunteer alongside these amazing people who put service above self. I’m super excited about the 6th Annual Campaign 4 Kindness and hope you join in spreading kindness this month and all year long. 

“No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.” —Aesop.

Mayor Kind

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Mayor Alicia Fleury