A nationwide surge of police support has emerged over the past few weeks due to recent attacks on law enforcement. As a result, many Americans have taken to social media to spread the word about supporting law enforcement through the blue light movement, where supporters are asked to turn porch lights blue for a day, week or even the entire month of January. In response, Trophy Club residents have created a community Facebook page (event) called ‘Turn Trophy Club BLUE’, where residents are asked to keep a blue light (porch light or flameless…
Article submitted by Keep Trophy Club Wild, Inc.
Keep Trophy Club Wild (KTCW) was newly established in January 2014 and is a nonprofit organization, run by volunteers and funded by membership dues, individual and corporate donations, and grants.
KTCW wants to protect and preserve approximately 450 acres of undisturbed conservation area inside the Trophy Club Park (south from the main gate). Our purpose and goal is for the "education, preservation, conservation, recreation and restoration" of this pristine area.
2014 TC Holiday Lights Contest Winners & Honorable Mentions
The judges spent six combined hours touring the town and noted that there are more lights up than ever before! The Highlands looks incredible and many residents went above and beyond decorating this season — jump in your vehicle and take a tour through town to see for yourself! Official signs will be placed in yards Monday, December 22nd.
- Santa's Favorite Recognition — 11 Greenhill Trail
- Mrs. Clause Recognition…
The Town of Trophy Club Annual Christmas Celebration and Tree Lighting is Saturday, December 6 at 6:30 p.m. at the Clock Tower located at SH 114 at Trophy Club Drive. Enjoy a variety of FREE tasty treats including funnel cakes, homemade cookies and hot apple cider. Lakeview and Beck Elementary students will sing holiday songs, Mayor Nick Sanders will read "T'was the Night Before Christmas" and of course Santa Claus will be making an appearance!
Landscaping to Attract Birds Education Class — December 6
hosted by Keep Trophy…
The Town of Trophy Club is celebrating 30 years of incorporation January 19, 2015. To celebrate the milestone, the Town appointed citizens to an anniversary committee, which has been working hard to create events for the community to celebrate the Town’s birthday throughout the year. The committee has planned large and small events throughout the year and everyone is welcome!
To kick the year off right, the committee is holding an art contest to get the youth involved. Any student in grades 4th — 12th attending one of the Trophy Club…
TC Exchange article submitted by Julie Folley
Hello Trophy Club! Get ready for an amazing event! We are having a resident COOKIE EXCHANGE!
When: December 13th 11:00am - 2:00pm
Where: Trophy Club Country Club
Why: Why not?
No really….here are some of the reasons you should hold this date for you and your family to attend….
- It is time to have some fun, get to know your neighbors and partake in some holiday festivities together.
- Get some really great cookies ( I hear…
Make a difference in the community by bringing a canned or non-perishable food item to Dr. Crumpton’s office, located at 801 Trophy Branch Drive Suite 100. Food can be dropped off November 10-20 from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.