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CT100's Annual Membership Meeting

to be held VIRTUALLY, August 13th at 6:30pm

Due to the current COVID-19 concerns and restrictions, the 2020 Annual Membership Meeting will be conducted VIRTUALLY - via ZOOM - on Thursday, August 13th at 6:30pm. Login/access instructions will be emailed to current members. All members are encouraged to attend/participate. The 2020-2021 Proposed Slate for Directors, Advisors and Prospective Directors will be voted on during the meeting; as well as a recap of the past year and plans for  2020-2021. 

 
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2020 Clay Shoot/VIP Party Rescheduled due to COVID-19 restrictions

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Show Support to First Responders with White Ribbon Campaign


Americans are doing their part to help reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus by staying home when possible. Meanwhile, First Responders and healthcare workers are still on the front lines in our communities and helping care for those persons sickened by this virus as well as the rest of our communties.

Let’s show our support for all first responders to the COVID-19 crisis. Display a white ribbon outside your home or place a white ribbon image in your front window to let all individuals working to keep you safe know that you have their backs.

If you don’t have white ribbon, please don’t go out to buy supplies...you can print out a ribbon from the template and affix it to your door, window or mailbox.


2019 CT100 Recognizes First Responders and Supporters

The Chisholm Trail 100 Club (CT100) held its Annual Membership Meeting on August 8th with almost 300 in attendance at the Cleburne Conference Center.  The 2019 Annual Meeting was an opportunity for all members of the Chisholm Trail 100 Club to celebrate the First Responders of Johnson, Somervell and Hood counties; and to gather, network and discuss the successes of the year of the Chisholm Trail 100 Club. The Chisholm Trail 100 Club (CT100) members, First Responders and guests attended the meeting and enjoyed a dinner catered by Babe’s Chicken of Burleson; and heard an inspirational message from Texas State Senator (District 22) Brian Birdwell. The membership also voted on the 2019-2020 Board of Directors and Advisors.  The CT100 also presented the following awards:

Lifetime Achievement Award

for extraordinary 20+ years of service as a First Responder 

Johnathan O’Bar - Grandview Fire Department




Chisholm Trail 100 Award

for exhibiting exemplary character and service in the line of duty

Tanner Redding and John Leal – AMR Crew & Doug Johnson and Chad Jones – Alvarado Fire



Above and Beyond Award 

for support and dedication to the organization 

Bob Alford and Fred Bursey, Jr (posthumously)


 

 


Chisholm Trail 100 Expands to

Hood County!

On Februay 13, 2019, the Chisholm Trail 100 Club (CT100) approved the addition of 509 Hood County First Responders to the organization’s service area. All Hood County First Responders are now provided all of the benefits of the CT100 organization - which includes $50,000 line of duty life insurance, serious injury benefits, off-duty life and injury benefits; as well as various scholarship opportunities.

“We are excited to expand our services of “standing in the gap” for First Responders to Hood County!” said CT100 President Justin Hewlett. “ It has been a great partnership to work with the leaders of Hood County to raise the awareness of CT100 and to raise the initial funds to allow us to provide coverage to those in Hood County who always put the needs of their community first.”

Prior to the CT100’s Board approval to add in Hood County, the CT00 covered the 1,400 FIrst Responders in Johnson County, Somervell County and the City of Mansfield. The agencies/departments now covered by CT100 include the law enforcement agencies and departments - which include the Hood County Sheriff’s Office, the Granbury Police Department, the Hood County Constables/deputies, Lipan City Marshal;  the Department of Public Safety, the Game Warden, and Texas Rangers serving Hood County; the Hood County fire department personnel (including the nine volunteer fire departments, as well the Hood County Fire Marshal and deputy marshals); the Brazos River Authority Lake Rangers serving Hood County; the Hood County Emergency Management Director;  the ambulance service providers contracted within Hood County.

Photos from the Hood County Fundraiser can be viewed at:

Honoring Hood's Heroes Pix

If you would like to help with Hood County (or Somervell County) fundraising efforts, click here...

Upcoming events

17 May 2020 • email photo submissions to Cara@CT100.org
13 Aug 2020 6:30 PM • Virtual Meeting - via ZOOM - login/access instructions will be provided to members
11 Sep 2020 7:00 AM • Beaumont Ranch in Grandview, Texas

About Us    
The Chisholm Trail 100 Club is dedicated to supporting the First Responders of Johnson and Somervell Counties, Texas.  Currently we provide a $50,000 line of duty life insurance to over 1,900 Law Enforcement Officers, Fire Fighters, Correctional Officers and Emergency Medical Personnel, we also provide up to $50,000 for line of duty serious injuries; as well as providing up to $25,000 for off duty accidental deaths and injuries.  All of our benefits are 100% paid for by our members and corporate donors.


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Custom Designed Gary Crouch Art

 

Own a piece of history with the newly available print from Texas Legend, Gary Crouch.  Gary has custom designed this piece to showcase the efforts of the Chisholm Trail 100 Club!  This print features badges of CT100 Club covered police and fire departments, as well as other departments throughout the state of Texas. Also featured are weapons utilized by law enforcement, equipment used in firefighting and more.  This print includes the Chisholm Trail 100 Club logo, something completely unique!  Proceeds benefit the CT100 Club. Proudly display your support in your home or office today! Contact Executive Director to purchase a print. 




Awards Program
The Chisholm Trail 100 Club is proud to present our new Awards Program!  We have two different award types, The Chisholm Trail 100 Club Award, given for extraordinary service or valor in the line of duty, and the Lifetime Achievement Award, given for 20 years or more in the Johnson County area.  All Johnson County First Responders covered by the Chisholm Trail 100 Club are eligible to win this award, nominations are put forward by peers, which are then reviewed by an Awards Committee.  Awards are not intended to be given every year, and may not be not be awarded even if nominations have been made.  If you have any questions, please contact Executive Director, Cara Ellison.



CT100 Club Endowment Fund

Help us save for a rainy day.
The Chisholm Trail 100 Club has an Endowment Fund specifically set aside to help us grow in the future.  These funds are designed not to be used for  day to day function, but purely as an investment into our future.  If you are interested in donating directly to the endowment fund, you can donate here, or mail a check with "Endowment Fund" on the memo line to PO Box 332 Burleson, TX 76097.



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