100 Club of Comal County's Annual Dinner: First Responders of the Year 2014    *NEW*

Three First Responders were recognized at the 100 Club of Comal County's Annual Dinner held on Tuesday, February 24th at the Courtyard Marriott in New Braunfels.

(L to R) Officer Dallas Hopper from the Schertz Police Department, Firefighter/Paramedic Justin Nauert from Canyon Lake Fire/EMS and Engineer Josh Baker from New Braunfels Fire Department were honored for their exceptional achievement in 2014. Congratulations!

Mission Statement

The 100 Club of Comal County, Inc. is a non-profit organization established to primarily aid the families of fallen members of the law enforcement, fire/rescue services and other first responders within Comal County, Texas. The Club provides immediate financial assistance in the form of a lump sum payment to the family of any police officer (career or reserve), jail officer, firefighter (career or volunteer) or paramedic/EMT first responder (career or volunteer) killed in the line of duty.

The selection and distribution of any corporate funds in the furtherance of the Corporation’s purpose for the advancement of public safety will be made at the discretion of and pursuant to a resolution of the Board of Directors.

At a Glance

  • McDonald's Restaurants Good Friday Event:

    Apr. 3
    Seven McDonald's participate by donating a portion of their proceeds from 11am-2pm

    100th Day of the Year:

    Apr. 10
    100 Club of Comal County Day

    Next Board Meetings:

    Apr. 21
    5pm at the Sheriff's Office Training Room (Map)