The Williamson County A&M Club has had a busy spring. In addition to our weekly Thursday gatherings, we had Muster where we announced our scholarship recipients for this year. We also had some good BBQ, reminisced about our time in Aggieland and answered 'here' for those who have gone before.
We also participated in the Red Poppy Festival Parade with Bus 12 as our "float". We blasted Aggie Music the whole way, and received quite a few thumbs up & Gig'Em's. Those of us on top of the bus had to watch out for trees and overhead lines, but everyone made it through safely. The Red Poppy Festival was such a great experience, the organizers have begged us to come back next year.
Summer has an exciting line up as well, starting with Fish Fry on June 8th at the Georgetown Community Center. Fish Fry is our major fundraiser for the scholarships we award at Muster. So come out, eat a bunch of fried catfish, bid on some great silent auction items and enter the raffle for items, like a yeti cooler, a gift certificate to Guns+, and a Hang'Em High deer feeder.
Later in the summer, we will be at the Dell Diamond for Aggie Night on August 10th. Get your tickets in advance and join us for hot dogs, beer, and cookies. We will have nice air conditioned VIP rooms AND the outdoor pool area!
David Schell ‘97 President, WCAMC
Red Poppy Parade, Who's in for next year?
Fish Fry – Friday, June 8 from 5-8pm
No matter if this is your first time to join us or your 26th! Come out and support Fish Fry with an expected 1200 of your favorite Aggies. This is our foundations only fundraiser to support local hish school students to attend Texas A&M.