Hello all Fellow Aggies!
Robert Earl Keen is Live Streaming the 20th anniversary of his album #2 Live Dinner!
For the first time ever REK is live streaming his epic 20th anniversary of the #2 Live Dinner album right from Floore’s Country Store in Helotes, TX at 10:30 this Saturday Sept 12!
Come be a part of this night and enjoy it right from the comfort of your own living room. Or have a REK Live Stream Party! Cost is $14.99.
We would like to encourage you to forward this email to your fellow Aggie network of friends. If you love REK and want to hear him live, here is the Live Streaming Link: tourgigs.com/show/robertearlkeen_20150912_live/
Thanks to All!!
Come out to support a future Aggie, Jake Richardson, by attending the Junior Livestock Auction on September 12, 2015 at 10:00 am at the Gold Country Fair, 1273 High St., Auburn, CA 95603.
Consider purchasing on of Jake’s market animals OR contribute to his project by giving a one time donation called an “add-on”. Contact the fair office at (530) 823-4531 if you would like to donate. Proceeds go towards Jake’s tuition at Blinn College.
Gig ‘Em Aggies!
More details in personal letter sent to the Sacramento Area Texas A&M Club: Jake Richardson
Texas A&M former students and the Lone Star State’s consistently acclaimed music artist, ROBERT EARL KEEN, is bringing his 2015 U.S. TOUR to the Sweetwater Music Hall in Mill Valley on June 24 and Great American Music Hall in San Francisco on June 25, where he will be performing his biggest hits and latest new music from his #1 CD, Happy Prisoner. It’s an Aggie party with ROBERT EARL KEEN! Come on out to the show!
Great seats are still available. Get your tickets at:
Mill Valley: bit.ly/REKMillValley
San Francisco: bit.ly/REKSanFran
Our club was contacted to help out with a cause that means a lot to this person. The fact that this person reached out the the Sacramento Area Texas A&M club shows how strong we are and how influential we can be. Please read his not and consider helping out:
Dear Aggie Friends,
I am writing you because I know you all have a corps of cadets and I believe you all are tremendous supporters of our Armed Services.
My name is Matt Price, West Point 2003, and I am leading the charge to have the name of the “un-named” Intramural Pool at West Point changed to “Hallett Pool” in Honor of Captain John Hallett USMA 2001 KIA 25 AUG 2009.
I would like to ask you to consider sharing our petition with your Texas A&M Alumni Society.
Captain John Hallett was a four year starter on water polo. John was the team captain, he was the leader that all of us, his teammates, strive to be both when we were at the Academy and every day of our life since. Naming the pool-which is primarily used for water polo after Johnny would be the perfect tribute to his leadership, service, and sacrifice.
More details about his service, life and legacy are outlined in our petition.
Please join this campaign: Online Petition
Thank you for your time and consideration. This has been shared with the many of the West Point Alumni Associations and Class Leaders. I really appreciate you considering sharing it with your Texas A&M Alumni Society and others.
United States Military Academy Class of 2003
West Point Water Polo Coach 2005 – 2011
(201) 401 3018
UPDATE: Game watching party has been CANCELLED. We will try again for another party at our bowl game! Thank you again Debbie for getting this going! Everyone better watch at home now and cheer loud, Aggies need some support for this game!
We have our first viewing party lined up for the season. The Aggies are rolling now with our new quarterback general, Kenny Hill. We have been smoking the competition, and soon we will be playing our SEC friends from Alabama. Don’t forget to watch the action against Arkansas (9/27), Mississippi State (10/4) and Ole Miss (10/11) before this watching party.
Debbie Quintana has volunteered to host the party for the Texas A&M vs. Alabama game on Saturday, Oct. 18 at 12:30 PM. If anyone has been to a game watching party at Debbie’s house in the past, you know it is a great time. The club will provide drinks and lunch. Debbie will provide the main dish, and we are asking others to contribute a side dish or desert, please coordinate directly with Debbie.
Debbie’s house will be open 30 minutes prior to kickoff for some pre-game drinks and to get fired up for the game.
Please RSVP directly to Debbie (firstname.lastname@example.org or 916-251-7910) with the number of peopleattending. You must RSVP by Wednesday, Oct. 15 to attend, so we can get the right amount of food and drinks. When you RSVP Debbie will give you directions to her house.
Our very own, Cathy A. Kurtz ’80, is hosting a book signing event to release her new memoir this weekend. If you were at Muster this year, you would recognize her. The memoir is titled “Living Through the Pain ~ The Lonely Me.” If you are able to make it out and show your Aggie Spirit, Cathy would greatly appreciate it.
Saturday, May 17, 2014 at 2 PM
Sacramento, CA 95818
Book Signing Flyer
Gig ‘Em Aggies!
Time to RSVP for the 2014 Muster.
We are really looking forward to getting together with fellow Aggies and reconnecting. Muster invitations have been mailed out already, so hopefully you received yours. (If you didn’t you probably need to update your contact information with the Association). We will be meeting at a new spot this year in Rocklin. Dinner will be served on the patio at Lucille’s Smokehouse BBQ and will be $10 per adult and $5 per child with a $30 max per family.
Please see the Muster page for full details and instructions on how to pre-pay and RSVP.
See you soon and Gig ‘Em!