National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors, Law Enforcement, and Fire/EMS while celebrating a true sense of community. It provides an exceptional opportunity to bring first responders and neighbors together. The 100 Club of Comal County Board attended NNO events in Comal County and had the opportunity to educate attendees on the purpose and history of the 100 Club of Comal County and answer any questions.

Now, I’ve got to call out one of the largest subdivisions in Comal County for their support!

Since 2013, Vintage Oaks has planned an enjoyable NNO at their local Amenity Center. The Social Committee planned activities for children and adults to enjoy and raise money through various fun filled activities. Vintage Oaks then donates all the proceeds to the 100 Club and every year, that donation gets bigger! This fantastic group of volunteers making up the Social Committee for 2023 set a goal to raise $8,000! They planned an online auction, which opened several weeks before NNO and it was a tremendous success! 500+ residents attended, 32 volunteers working the event, 400 ducks in the Rubber Ducky River Race, 30 live auction items, and 20+ raffle prizes, not to mention the food trucks, frozen treats, cookies, and the opportunity to meet Comal County Sheriff Mark Reynolds, Canyon Lake Fire & EMS Chief Robert Mikel, Constable Charlie Motz, Comal County Deputies, a beautiful K-9 and tours of a fire engine.

When all was done, Vintage Oaks presented the 100 Club with a check for $12,203.66.

A Big Thank you to Vintage Oaks, for Supporting Those Who Protect Us!