2022 Annual Luncheon

Colonel Patrick J. Callahan, New Jersey State Police Superintendent Closed the Luncheon with an Inspiring Keynote Address

On October 31, 2017, Colonel Patrick J. Callahan was sworn in by Governor Chris Christie as the 14th Colonel of the New Jersey State Police. He will reflect on the many challenges faced during the pandemic.


Photo Gallery


Honoring Local First Responders with R. Peter Hodge Valor Awards

Trenton Firefighters Christopher Field, Brendan Gurry and Kenny Walters

Deputy Chief Buddy Tunnicliffe, Firefighter Mathew Chrusz, Firefighter William Strong, Union Fire Company and Rescue Squad (UFCRS)

Chief Raymond Nagy, Deputy Chief David Burns, Advisory Chief Gary Wasko, Lawrence Twp Fire Dept (Lawrence Station)

Battalion Chief Tim Sharpley, Captain Michael Kiernan, Firefighter Michael Peoples, Firefighter Michael Hodnicki, Firefighter David Jurado, Firefighter Eric Griggs, Firefighter Patrick O’Reilly
Hamilton Fire Division

NJ State Police: Tyson Mowry, Aviation Unit; Daryl Lynch, Aviation Unit; Jason Jorgensen, Aviation Unit; and Patrick Crann, T.E.A.M.S. Unit

Ewing Police Officer Justin Quinlan

Daniel Harrison, Detective II, NJ State Police

Hamilton Police Officer Ryan Fratz
Hamilton Police Officers Michael Stefanelli and Anthony Lucidi

Trenton Police Officers Michael Gettler, Jeffrey Pownall, Kevin Starkey and Brandon Walker


Make sure to also fill out an application if you are taking advantage of this offer.

Wednesday, June 8, 2022
11:30 am – 1:30 pm
Stone Terrace by John Henry’s
2275 Kuser Road, Hamilton NJ 08690

Founded in 1979, the 200 Club of Mercer County is dedicated to providing financial assistance to the families of our police, fire, and rescue personnel who have lost their lives in the line of duty.

New members receive a complimentary luncheon ticket. Visit the member page to join online.