The 100 Club of Navarro County To Host Member Banquet on Saturday

By Kris Smith

For the first time since 2019, on Saturday night, the 100 Club of Navarro County will draw winners for their annual fundraiser raffle at the annual Members Banquet held at the Cook Education Center at Navarro College.

During the evening’s festivities, a chicken fried steak dinner which includes an open bar is being provided by The Moontower Restaurant. The banquet is sponsored by Cotton Mesa Trophy Whitetail Ranch, Community National Bank, McKee Lumber, K&S Tire, Collin Street Bakery, Lott Physical Therapy, Will and Mary Thompson, Scott Watkins, Pro Health Chiropractic, City of Rice Mayor Nicole Jackson, Courtney Neiman, David A Nyquist, and David B Nyquist. 

Caleb Grant will be on hand to entertain the at capacity crowd expected to attend. 

Members of the 100 Club will continue to sell tickets for the raffle which features prizes of: Cotton Mesa Trophy Whitetail Hunt, several handguns and rifles, a Richland Chambers Lake Guided fishing trip, Mexico fishing trip, and many other prizes. 

Cotton Mesa Trophy Whitetail Ranch has also donated a hunting trip that is only available to Law Enforcement Officers who are in active status with the 100 Club. To be considered active, a LEO must pay the yearly membership fee. 

Funds raised at the event and through ticket sales will provide Navarro County Law Enforcement Departments with much needed equipment and assist in providing further education and training for those officers.  To donate to the 100 Club, go to

Chairperson Andy Williams stated, “In addition to the prizes being awarded, we will also present the Officer of the Year award. We are looking forward to honoring those officers who put their lives in jeopardy keeping us safe!”

You still have time to grab up some tickets for your chance at one of these great prizes!

The 100 Club of Navarro County has a threefold mission:
1.) FAMILY–To provide financial assistance to families of peace officers who lose their lives in the line of duty.
2.) EQUIPMENT–To provide life-protecting equipment which cannot be secured through regular channels.
3.) EDUCATION–To provide law enforcement officers with educational and life-preserving training programs.


Learn More →

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: