Newsletter 4-19-16

19 Apr

Weekly Newsletter

AGGIE MUSTER (is this Thursday)

Abby and her crew have done a great job of getting things lined up but we could still use a hand on the day of. As there is an event at Sun City prior to Muster we will be unable to set-up until 5PM. It is still our goal to open the doors by 5:30 so any additional help before hand would be greatly appreciated.

While it is too late to register for dinner, we will have a limited number of meals available the night of. However, it will be first come first serve. If you are not planning on eating we look forward to you joining us for our speaker at Muster ceremony which will begin at 7PM.

Robert Earl Keen @ Nutty Brown Cafe

Howdy Aggie Network, your favorite Aggie, Robert Earl Keen is playing at Nutty Brown Cafe THIS Friday. Let’s Maroon Out the show and have a REK style Midnight Yell. Don’t wait, get your tickets NOW:

Robert Earl Keen '78  REK @ Nutty Brown Cafe


Have you ever had interest in a wine tour but are not excited about the driving while sampling many of the states fine wines? One of our members is exploring a bus tour through the Bluebonnet Wine trail. Living in central Texas many have explored the wineries in the hill country but have you ever ventured east? This would be an overnight, weekend excursion on a chartered bus. The goal would also be to have dinner at Messina Hof on Saturday evening before settling down for the evening. If this interest you, please feel free to drop us a note so we could begin receiving some feedback as we are in the infancy stages of planning. In addition, if you would like to assist in planning such an excursion or have some experience please let us know. Ideally this would be a May or early June trip is the pieces fall into place.


The date (Sunday 24 April) and location (Shadowglen in Manor) have been set for the Annual SEC Golf Tournament. This is a great event to come out and enjoy, while earning money for scholarships. Each school receives funds based on the number of teams that participate. While registration has closed feel free to come out and join the fun. There are still volunteers needed for some of the on course ‘games’ and it will be a great time. Registration begins at 12 and we will tee off at 1PM


Please plan on joining us as we continue to plan for our scholarship fundraiser and 24th ANNUAL FISH FRY. We are always looking to get new members involved and this is a great way to jump in and impact our club as well as future Aggies. If you have a talent for coordinating and directing we need your help. This is an all hands on deck event and we look forward to you joining us:

Tuesday 10 May
2423 Williams Dr, Georgetown, TX



You are invited to join the CCAMC for a reception welcoming our 25th President of Texas A&M University, Michael K Young. Additional details coming soon.

Monday 9 May ’16
6:00-9:00 PM
W Hotel – Austin


Make plans now to attend this annual event, now in our own backyard. The CCAMC Coach’s night will be moving to the Cedar Park center. This is your opportunity to hear about the 2016 football season while assisting with scholarship fundraising to deserving Aggies.

Thursday 14 July
Cedar Park Center


We work hard to offer a variety of events in hopes that your schedule will allow you to join as often as possible. We realize everyone is busy but it is always good to take a little time for friends and expand your network. We will continue our ‘THURSDAY’ event schedule, but keep your eyes open for a few twist as we move through the year.

This week we will have our Networking Luncheon at one of our favorite locations, Tortuga Flats in Round Rock, right next to Third Base in the Target shopping center. Then the following week we will have our Howdy Hour @ Verde’s. If you like to sample unique tequila this is the place to do it, but don’t worry they have great beer too.

David A. Johnson ’87
WCAMC President


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