The 200 Club of Hunterdon County & Hunterdon County Police Chiefs Association will hold its 7th annual Golf Tournament on Friday, October 9, 2015 at Fox Hollow Country Club, 59 Fox Chase Run, Branchburg.  This annual event is a joint fundraiser with the proceeds spilt equally between the two organizations.  The Golf Tournament will be Shamble Format.  Registration begins at 10 am with a BBQ lunch at 11 am and Shot Gun Start at 12 Noon.  An Awards Buffet Dinner will be at 5 pm.

There are several sponsorships available including being a dinner sponsor, lunch sponsor and beverage sponsor, all of which include a golf foursome.  There are also tee & green and tee sign sponsorships available.  All donations to the Club are tax deductible.  The cost for an individual golfer to play is $ 150 with a limit of 120 golfers.  Registration must be received by September 30, 2015.

Registration and sponsorship information can be obtained from the Club’s website at http://www.200clubofhunterdon.org/100915-7th-annual-golf-tournament-fox-hollow/ or by sending an email to 200clubofhunterdon@gmail.com .

Over 50 years ago a Detroit businessman elicited generous responses when he asked 100 business friends to contribute $ 200 each to the family of a young local police officer who was fatally wounded in the line of duty.  This selfless act was the beginning of the 200 Club

The 200 Club of Hunterdon County was established in 1976 as a NJ not-for-profit corporation to provide financial assistance to families of any police officer, fire, rescue and emergency management personnel providing such services to the citizens of Hunterdon County who have lost their lives or become disabled in the line of duty. The Club stands ready at a moment’s notice to provide assistance should the need ever arise.  The Club is governed by a 19 member Board of Trustees consisting of Hunterdon and Warren County residents who serve three-year terms.  Officers of the Club include President Art Hance, Vice President Peter DeLoria, Secretary Shaun C. Van Doren and Treasurer Ed Cichone.  The Club currently has over 290 members.

Anyone interested in supporting and furthering the mission and goals of the 200 Club of Hunterdon County is eligible for membership.  All prospective members must be sponsored by a member in good standing and have the approval of the 200 Club of Hunterdon County Board of Trustees.  Initial dues are $ 200 per member and annual dues of $ 75. Each member receives identification from the 200 Club of Hunterdon County establishing his/her membership.  The Club enjoys the full support and endorsement of police, fire and emergency service organizations in Hunterdon County and throughout the State, including the New Jersey State Police.

The 200 Club receives its income from dues, continuing annual support of its members, and the Golf Tournament and Devils Hockey Game fundraisers.  It is registered IRS recognized 501c 3 and State of New Jersey charity, with annual reports filed with both the IRS and State of NJ.

The Hunterdon County Police Chiefs Association represents all municipal Police Chiefs in Hunterdon.  The goals of the Association are:

  • Assist and coordinate law enforcement resources and expertise;
  • Foster existing relationships and create new partnerships;
  • Raise funds to support community activities;
  • Promote professional law enforcement standards;
  • Share information and address contemporary issues in our communities