It is a privilege and honor to serve as your 2014-2015 President and further the mission of the Brazos County A&M Mothers’ Club.  Whether you are a new Aggie Mom with a student just entering Texas A&M or your Aggie is a former student – Once an Aggie Mom, Always an Aggie Mom

The purpose of our Club is to “contribute in every way to the comfort and welfare of the students of Texas A&M University and to cooperate with the University in maintaining a high standard of moral conduct and intellectual attainment.”  We do this primarily by assisting students with their academic and leadership development through scholarships and contributions to recognized student organizations.  Aggie Moms are the heart of Texas A&M and I look forward to working with each of you as we accomplish these goals!

As we fulfill our purpose, we also have a lot of fun, and the fall semester is off to a great start for the Brazos County A&M Mothers’ Club.  The Howdy Tea hosted by Texas A&M University Interim President Dr. Mark Hussey ’79 and his wife Melissa ’81 on September 16th was a great success.  On behalf of the Club, I want to thank President-elect Julie Porter for all her efforts coordinating a fun evening with Aggie Moms, University administrators, student leaders, and Reveille!!  I also want to thank your Board and committee chairs for providing the fabulous food!!  It was a great evening of Aggie fellowship, networking, and pictures with Reveille! 

Our annual Wings Party is coming up on Tuesday, October 7th from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm at the Wings N’ More Party Room on Deacon.  This is one you will not want to miss, and neither will your husband and children!  We are honored and privileged to have Rusty Burson as our guest speaker!  Whoop!  Rusty has authored and co-authored many books, including “The 100-Year Decision: Texas A&M and the SEC” with Dr. R. Bowen Loftin ’71, the Texas A&M University President who made the decision that A&M would leave the Big XII and join the Southeastern Conference.  Rusty will discuss this impactful decision and what happened behind the scenes during this pivotal time at Texas A&M and in Texas A&M athletics.  Read more about Rusty and “The 100-Year Decision: Texas A&M and the SEC” later in this newsletter. 

I want to personally invite you to attend the Wings Party and become involved in our many activities and events throughout the year.  There is a list of opportunities on our Programs/Calendar page. Please check the website frequently for updates, and I hope to see you at the Wings Party on October 7, 2014. 

I appreciate you and look forward to a great year!

Gig 'em,

Barbara B. Kasper '82


Barbara Kasper, President

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P. O. Box 11041

College Station, Texas  77842