National Night Out 2015 was an extra-special evening for residents of Country Place and the first responders who visited the neighborhood. A sea of blue greeted visitors, thanks to the generosity of Country Place residents.
“We wanted to bring recognition for all the fine police officers emergency workers and firefighters in Pearland and honor them for their service. We lined the streets with blue ribbons and flags. It was a beautiful sight to see,” said resident Connie Knox.
Knox and other volunteers collected over $900 in memberships and donations for the 100 Club of Pearland, which provides life and accidental death and dismemberment insurance to Pearland Peace Officers.
“We send a big thanks to Country Place for choosing us as their beneficiary,” said 100 Club President Christian Corl. “Their generosity will help pay the insurance policies, giving our Pearland officers and their families peace of mind.”
Since its annexation into Pearland in late 2012, the 55-and-over Country Place has become a hub of generosity and community service, offering entertainment, parties and raising funds for various non-profits in the city.
The Pearland Golf Club at Country Place also recently had its grand opening after extensive improvements and is ready for play.
For more information about the Pearland Golf Club, visit CountryPlaceGolfClub.com.
For more information about the 100 Club of Pearland, visit 100ClubOfPearland.org.