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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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Red, White & Blue BBQ Expands

Red, White & Blue BBQ Expands

Bryan County Public Safety Day and Red White & Blue BBQ April 9, 2016 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 a.m. First Baptist Church in Richmond Hill The Red White & Blue BBQ will be a new feature at the Bryan County Public Safety Day. This year the Two Hundred Club...

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Update from the President

Update from the President

Hello Members, 2015 was a very busy year for the Two Hundred Club as we provided over $140,000 in benefits for those family members we proudly honor. Meeting with family members who have lost their husband or father is so heartbreaking, however, it is...

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October 16th – Red, White & Blue Barbeque

October 16th – Red, White & Blue Barbeque

PLEASE JOIN THE TWO HUNDRED CLUB AT OUR NEW CAMPAIGN’S INAUGURAL BARBECUE FUNDRAISER By Mark Dana, Two Hundred Club President Final RWB LogoWe at the Two Hundred Club of the Coastal Empire are very excited about some upcoming initiatives and plans. For 15...

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Cory Coursen

Cory Coursen

When we receive correspondence such as this letter it reminds us all of why we work so hard to help families of the fallen. Thank you for this letter which I am honored to share. Mark Dana, Two Hundred Club President Dear Two Hundred Club, Words can’t...

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2015 Savannah Mile

2015 Savannah Mile

The 10th Anniversary of the Savannah Mile was on Saturday, May 23, 2015. Captain Matthew Vinton from the 1st Ranger Brigade returned to pass the Full Gear * All Out Flag to the new winner, Eiger Erickson, also from the 1st Ranger Brigade. Full Gear is...

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What the Law Means to Me

What the Law Means to Me

I never really gave much thought to the law and the law enforcement until I was in 6th grade. In 2008 my mom started working for Mr. Argentinis in his manufacturing business and became involved in something called The 200 Club of the Coastal Empire. I was...

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2015 Valor Award Ceremony

The 2015 Valor Award Ceremony will honor five first responders on Thursday, February 19, 2015 at the Charles H. Morris Center. The Valor Awards are held every year to honor first responders who have acted with courage. Valor: to show great courage in the...

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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 Georgia COPS chapter, I want to thank your organization for what you have done to assist in relieving some of the financial burden for the family. It is organizations like yours that truly ‘puts their money where their mouth is.’ It has been said that law enforcement gives more than tickets. Like this officer, some give their lives. They are sworn to uphold and protect the laws that are written to protect their community, State and Nation. Unfortunately, it is a profession that is not glamorized, but much is expected. I feel your organizations’ contribution will allow the family to concentrate more on the loss of their loved one than on the financial burden his loss has created. Again, thanks to you and your organization for being there for the family.”

ROGER PARKER, PRESIDENT, CONCERNS OF POLICE SURVIVORS, INC, GEORGIA CHAPTER