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Thank you Sheriff and Mrs. John T. Wilcher!

Thank you Sheriff and Mrs. John T. Wilcher!

A great big THANK YOU to Sheriff Wilcher and his wife for their generous donation in the amount of $5000.  Their generosity will go to help the families we honorably serve.  Many thanks for your continued support!

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Brews for a Cause

Brews for a Cause

THANK YOU Southern Eagle and South Magazine for inviting the 200 Club to be the benefactor of your Brews for a Cause event on May 21st.  A great time was had by all at the beautiful Top Deck.  Pictured (left to right) are Josh Flores of South Magazine and Gena...

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Savannah Area Young Republicans

Savannah Area Young Republicans

Carri Johnson, President of the Savannah Area Young Republicans presented a check to Mark Dana, President of the 200 Club of the Coastal Empire.  The $450 donation was from a recent fundraiser held by the Young Republicans.  THANK YOU to all that donated.  The...

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Pooler Chamber of Commerce

Pooler Chamber of Commerce

The Pooler Chamber of Commerce selected the 200 Club of the Coastal Empire as the beneficiary to their annual event, Hearts for Heroes.  The beautiful gala raised $30,000 for the 200 Club to carry out their mission of supporting local families of fallen first...

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Savannah Food & Wine Festival’s Whisky on The Water

Savannah Food & Wine Festival’s Whisky on The Water

Tourism Leadership Council's President/CEO, Michael T. Owens presented a check to Mr. Mark Dana, President of the 200 Club of the Coastal Empire.  The Savannah Food & Wine Festival's Whisky on the Water event, held November 6th raised $5,398.  The elegant rooftop...

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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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“The Brunswick Police Department wishes to express our deepest appreciation for your assistance during one of our darkest hours last Friday, April 18th. Our hearts are still heavy and we shall continue to mourn our HERO Police Officer Melvin Collins who made the ultimate sacrifice in a convenience store. We miss him, but are uplifted when we realized that our grief and concerns were shared by so many. We will never forget the kindness and generosity of the Two Hundred Club. You came forth with a helping hand in our time of great need! The Collins family greatly needed this financial assistance. Again, thank you for your concern for Officer Collins’ family. Know that we shall never forget your kindness. We find comfort in knowing that you and others in our community stand behind law enforcement and grieve with us over the loss of Officer Collins. Your club does a wonderful work and may God richly bless you and your members.”

T.C. COWAN, CHIEF OF POLICE

“On behalf of the Jekyll Island Fire Department Emergency Volunteers, I would like to thank you for the rapid response that you gave us in our request for assistance for Captain Perry Rhoden of the Jekyll Island Fire Department. Never did I dream that an organization could come to the aid of a fallen brother so quickly. I anticipated that if anything could be done, that it would be months down the road, not just a couple of days. It is great to know that your organization exists to assist those who have dedicated their careers and given their lives to Public Safety. I made an announcement about your quick response to Captain Rhoden’s needs at the Georgia Firefighters Association and Georgia Association of Fire Chiefs annual convention held here on Jekyll Island in August. Perry returned home on August 26. Sadly, his physician has informed him that he would not be able to come back to his old job. Again, thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the quick assistance you have rendered to our comrade. We cannot sing your praises enough. Little did we think when we joined the 200 Club that one of our own would need your help. We will be increasing our membership level next year.”

DAN SIMPSON, PRESIDENT / CHIEF, JEKYLL ISLAND FIRE DEPARTMENT EMERGENCY VOLUNTEERS, INC.