WCAMC Newsletter: Thur Pizza Night (3 locations to choose from)

13 Sep
September 13, 2017
Howdy Ags,
We have been able to enjoy a little fall weather in September which is a very pleasant surprise. Unfortunately that has been the only pleasant we have seen along with the start of football in Aggieland. I know many traveled to California for the season opener. Let’s just say the team showed some promise and we hope they can get back on that same track.

Moving on to other Aggie sports, the soccer team has started off with a very tough schedule but is playing well. As is the volleyball team, both squads have opened up with tough non-conference opponents in order to prepare for the grueling conference schedule.

We have several items this month so please be sure to check our website as well as our Facebook page (Fb.com/wcamc/events). If you have not yet signed up, you can also receive text reminders for all of our club events, just text 512-887-2247. During football season we have suspended our Howdy Hours, due to weekly gathering of the Hullabaloo Huddle Watch Parties. Thanks to Buffalo Wild Wings in Georgetown for hosting this event for us.

We will also kick off our third location for Pizza Night, held the second Thursday of each month. We will still have our original location in Round Rock, behind Rudy’s in addition to our Cedar Park location on Whitestone next to the train depot. We will also begin in Georgetown so there is sure to be a location near you and no excuse not to come join us.

We also have the opportunity to support the Aggie Mom’s with their inaugural golf tournament. Dust of your sticks and come support a great event. See details below.

Plenty of opportunities to get out and network with fellow Aggies and we certainly hope to see you at one of our events in the near future.

David A. Johnson ’87
President, WCAMC

Fall will be here before you know it and the Williamson County Aggie Mom’s will be hosting their first annual Scholarship Golf Tournament. While the tournament is slated for Friday Sept 29th, it is never too early to start putting your team together and have a reason to get out and practice for this event. Take the opportunity to support the Moms who do so much for the students in school. More information on the event can be found here:


Are you a ‘RECENT GRADUATE’ of Texas A&M? (within the last 5-7 years) If so the Association of Former Students is looking for ways to help you connect with your local A&M Club. That transition from school to the ‘REAL WORLD’ can be a little challenging, perhaps you are not sure where to begin. The Young Alumni Advisory Council would love to help you connect with 7,000+ Young Alumni who follow the Texas A&M Young Alumni Facebook page. If you are looking for ways to get plugged in this is a great way, in addition to the WCAMC. They also host a special weekend in the fall on campus. This year it will be Oct 27-28 during the Mississippi State weekend.