The Hundred Club of St. Lucie County, which benefits families of public safety officers injured or killed in the line of duty, holds its annual fund-raising banquet Tuesday, May 23, at 6 p.m. at Club Med in Port St. Lucie.
The Hundred Club, founded 20 years ago in St. Lucie County, is a non-profit, charitable organization. All the money raised by the Hundred Club goes to support the group’s purpose.
Tickets for the annual banquet, which include membership, are $150 each. Public safety officers may join for $50 a year. Corporate memberships are $350 each. A lifetime membership is $2,000.
Those who want to buy tickets and learn more about the Hundred Club are asked to call the organization’s president, Jane Rowley, at 340-3500 or the St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office at 462-7300 and ask for Dorothy Shaw.
The annual banquet showcases outstanding public safety officers of the Fort Pierce Police Department, Port St. Lucie Police Department, Florida Highway Patrol, St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office and other public safety agencies.
The Hundred Club of St. Lucie County has the support of Sheriff Ken J. Mascara, Fort Pierce Police Chief Eugene Savage, Port St. Lucie Police Chief John Skinner, Florida Highway Patrol Capt. Deryl Loar, State Attorney Bruce Colton, St. Lucie County Fire Chief Jay Sizemore, Fort Pierce Mayor Bob Benton, Port St. Lucie Mayor Bob Minsky, and many other community and civic leaders.