100 CLUB


The mission of the 100 Club of Brazoria County is to provide support to the law enforcement families of those officers killed in the line of duty.

   Annual Banquet
 moved to 4/14/22


Make plans to attend the 100 Club of Brazoria County's Law Enforcement Appreciation Dinner to be held at the Lake Jackson Civic Center beginning at 6:00 pm. Tickets are $60 with reserved tables seating up to eight (8) guests comfortably for $500.

Corporate sponsorships are also available. Platinum level $2,000.00, Gold level $1,500.00 and Silver level $1,000.00.

We will be honoring the Officer of the Year from each law enforcement agency in Brazoria County.  Send ticket requests to Susan Golden, Executive Director at 979-236-8748 or email to 100clubofbrazoriacounty@gmail.com.

Banquet information:  
April 14, 2022
Lake Jackson Civic Center - Ballroom
Social Hour  - 6:00 p.m. (Cash bar)
Dinner - 6:45 p.m.


Officer of the Year (2019-2020):

(L to R) Second runner up Travis Pate,
Officer of the Year Michael Vandergrifft and First runner up Ryan Whitley.

The 100 Club of Brazoria County recognized the Officers of the Year during their annual banquet on April 19, 2018. Paula Parker with Alvin ISD Police Dept. was selected 2nd runner up. William David McCullough with the Brazoria Co. Sheriff's Office was selected 1st runner up. Officer of the year was Nicholas Polomo of the Pearland Police Dept. Back row: Commissioner Dude Payne and George Wommack (Board Members)