This page is a place to honor all of those who have fallen in the line of duty in Wake County, North Carolina since the inception of the 200 Club on June 9, 2000.
Join us this year in support of Wake County First Responders and The 200 Club of Wake County at The 6th Annual Holly Hill Hospital Charity Golf Tournament.
Since our inaugural tournament, Holly Hill with the help of our community members, has raised over $50,000 for The 200 Club of Wake County, an organization that provides financial assistance and scholarships to the families of Public Safety Officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty.
Benefitting the 200 Club of Wake County
Fit & Able is proud to bring back the Cozy Toes race at its new home hosted by the NC State Highway Patrol as a part of their mission to improve the quality of life in our community. Join us at Cosy Toes help support the 200 Club of Wake County and to learn more about the Department of Public Safety and how it serves you and your family. And while you are there, have a great race and enjoy the festivities!
Sanctioned by USA Track & Field
Fit & Able invites you to be part of the Charity Distance Festival to support many area non-profits that serve our community. To support the 200 Club, sign up with this link.
We would like to thank and recognize Holly Hill Hospital for holding a golf tournament benefit for the 4th year for the club! The 2017 donation was over $10,000 and we appreciate all the sponsors and businesses who contributed.
The keynote presentation at the 13th Annual Luncheon for The 200 Club of Wake County was given by Phil Zachary, 200 Club Board of Trustees member. Please click on the file link to read this amazing speech.