Scot Walker '90 November 10, 2017 11:35 AM updated: November 10, 2017 3:38 PM
The Association of Former Students is excited to be a part of the Game Day experience in Kyle Field through the Century Club Impact Moment, featured at halftime of every home game.
At the Mississippi State game on Oct. 28, we featured the Endowed Memorial Scholarship created to honor Alannah Ritch '17.
In May of this year, the first Live Like Alannah 5k was held in honor of Ritch, who passed away in September 2016. The 5k raised more than $12,000 for the Alannah Ritch Endowed Memorial Scholarship, a fund established by the family through The Association of Former Students, which will provide a scholarship every year to a deserving Aggie.
This past summer, her fiancé, Clayton Niemietz '17, as well as two of his friends, Luke Joy and Joseph Morse, cycled the Continental Divide and raised an additional $5,000 for the scholarship fund.
If you are interested in learning more about the Alannah Ritch Endowed Memorial Scholarship or other memorial scholarships through The Association, visit tx.ag/memorialgiving.
The Association of Former Students works continuously to promote the university and the Aggie Spirit, to support our revered traditions, to strengthen the bonds of the Aggie Network and to support the student body. Our work is only possible because of the generous support of tens of thousands of individual donors.
To learn more about becoming a donor to The Association and and how you can help us pass back the experiences that make Texas A&M unique by paying it forward to future generations, please visit AggieNetwork.com/giving/.
Watch previous Century Club Impact Moments in the archive at AggieNetwork.com/spotlight.