NEWS

Music & Mules

Music & Mules

MUSIC & MULES The Two Hundred Club partnered with Ghost Coast Distillery for our inaugural Music & Mules at Ghost Coast Distillery on March 8th. Tickets were free with a donation; from the entrance campaign. A $100 donation placed donators on our...

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2018 Valor Award Ceremony

2018 Valor Award Ceremony

2018 VALOR AWARDS Thursday, January 25, 2018 The Metal Building at the Trustees Garden Time: 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The newly opened Metal Building at the Trustees Garden hosted the Two Hundred Club of the Coastal Empire while we celebrated and honored the...

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The Chinese Benevolent Association Donates

The Chinese Benevolent Association Donates

THE CHINESE BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION DONATES   It is with much appreciation we announce the donation by the Chinese Benevolent Association. Two years ago the Chinese Benevolent Association presented a check for $20,000 to Tak Argentinis and Mark Dana...

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2016 Community Hereos Golf Tournament

2016 Community Hereos Golf Tournament

Thirty-four teams gathered at The Club at Savannah Harbor to honor and help raise funds for the families of our fallen and critically injured first responders. The Chatham County Aviation squad started the tournament with a flyover while bagpipes played in...

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Gulfstream Community Involvement Award

Gulfstream Community Involvement Award

The Two Hundred Club of the Coastal Empire received the prestigious Gulfstream Community Involvement Award. The Gulfstream Community Involvement Award is presented to a company that conducted an outstanding community outreach project during 2015. The...

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Service Brewing, Co. Donates

Service Brewing, Co. Donates

Thank you Service Brewing, Co. for your generous donation of $4080.00! Service Brewing, Co. selected the 200 Club as their Seasonal Charity, March 5th to June 10th along with the launch of their new beer, Old Guard Biere de Garde. $1 dollar from every...

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“Words can’t even express how touched we were to receive the gift of money for Thanksgiving. The tears would not stop flowing!! This has been a difficult year and we were so blessed to receive this. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! For all you do for my son and family. I look forward to the day that my son can personally thank you for all you have done for him! ! I know that when he is old enough to understand everything that has taken place that he would want to meet you all.”

LISA COURSEN

“On behalf of the Mayor, Council and staff of the City of Hardeeville I would like to extend my sincere thanks and appreciation to you and all of the members of the Two Hundred Club for your outpouring of love and generosity to the family of Cpl. Mark Jones.  The men and woman that wear the uniform of the police and fire departments throughout the nation put their lives on the line to protect and serve the communities they work in. They do what many cannot. They give what most would not. They ask for nothing when we would ask for everything. They deserve more than any of us could ever give in return.  The Two Hundred Club stands as a beacon of hope and support in dark times for the public safety community. Your club has stepped up to the plate and made a commitment to the men and women that protect us with their very lives each day. I know first hand what your club is doing for Deanna and Mark’s children. I know you give not to be recognized or applauded. You give because you care and that means more than you will ever know.  As I stood numb by the graveside service, listening to the echo of the twenty-one gun salute, fixated on the final notes of Amazing Grace played by the bagpipes, I wondered quietly who would be there for Mark’s family when time had passed but the pain had not? It was then that I was reassured that God would be there. He has made His provision real to Mark’s family and to his friends here at the City by the show of love and support by your club.  For that we are eternally grateful. I pray that the Lord will bless the efforts of your club and the families that you support on His behalf. Thank you and God bless you all.”

R. SHANE HAYNES, CITY ADMINISTRATOR