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Class of '89 30 Year Reunion

September 13-15, 2019
College Station, TX

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Howdy, Ags!

We are proud to be the last A&M Class of the decade. A decade that saw resurgence in America; the end of the iron curtain; beginning of VHS tapes, and our Aggie experience of never losing to Texas. We were educated, grew up, made lifelong friends, generated some great stories, faced life lessons, and were molded into leaders of our time for Texas and for our country. Moreover, we solidified our bond as Aggies and former students.

We are older now (the number 50+ does not sound that bad anymore), getting some gray, a little slower, and some of us have even already retired from a variety of occupations or other circumstances. We’ve lost a few good Classmates and comrades; but conversely many of us have enriched ourselves with family and children (we won’t mention grandchildren just yet).

Let’s get together at our Reunion and share some memories and relive or strengthen friendships as buddies and as the Fightin' Texas Aggie Class of ’89.

We look forward to seeing everyone in September. Thanks and gig 'em!

Steve Keathley
John Lovett
Jim Simon

A block of rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis for the Class of '89 30 Year Reunion. Make your reservations by calling the George Hotel or the Cavalry Court directly before August 23.

If you prefer to stay at another hotel in the area, please call the Accommodations Hotline at (979) 260-9898 to check on hotel availability in the area. You may also go to the Bryan-College Station Accommodations website to book a room. Call and make your reservation today as many of the hotels fill up fast! 

The George Hotel - Reunion Headquarters (Room block full, overflow block available at The Cavalry Court)
180 Century Ct., College Station, TX 77840 — (979) 485-5638
$179/night, plus tax 
Group Name: Class of '89 30 Year Reunion
Code: CO8LR652
Deadline: August 23, 2019
Check-in time: 4 p.m. 
Check-out time: Noon

Cavalry Court Hotel - Overflow Block
200 Century Ct., College Station, TX 77840 — (979) 485-5586
$179/night, plus tax 
Group Name: Class of '89 30 Year Reunion
Code: CO8LOB813
Deadline: August 23, 2019
Check-in time: 4 p.m. 
Check-out time: Noon

Your nametags, an updated schedule of events and a list of pre-registered participants will be waiting for you at the Reunion Check-in Desk, which will open at the times listed on the schedule of events. All registrations received after the August 29 deadline will incur a $10 late fee. Registration will close after September 5. Walk-up Registration will be accepted based on availability. 

Registration fees help cover expenses that include facility rental, event gratuity, audio/visual equipment needs, Reunion gift, and other administrative costs.


Friday, Sept. 13    
11:30 a.m. Check-in and registration opens Clayton W. Williams Jr. Alumni Center
1 p.m. Zachry Tour Zachry Engineering Complex
2:30 p.m. Music Activities Center Tour Music Activities Center
4 p.m. Quad Tour Quad Arches by Corps Plaza
6 p.m. Check-in and registrations continues Student Rec Center, Archery Room 243
6 p.m. Welcome Reception (with cash bar) Student Rec Center, Archery Room 243
7 p.m. Class Fajita Dinner Student Rec Center, Archery Room 243
7:45 p.m. Class Business Meeting
Speaker: Col. Jay Brewer ’81, Sr. Associate Director of the Fightin' Texas Aggie Band
Student Rec Center, Archery Room 243
10 p.m. Event Concludes  
11 p.m. Meet for Midnight Yell E. King Gill, Northeast Plaza of Kyle Field
Saturday, Sept. 14    
On-your-own Breakfast  
2:30 p.m. Check-in and registration opens Memorial Student Center, Bethancourt Ballroom
2:30 p.m Welcome Reception (with cash bar) Memorial Student Center, Bethancourt Ballroom
3 p.m. Class BBQ Tailgate Memorial Student Center, Bethancourt Ballroom
5:30 p.m. Event Concludes Memorial Student Center, Bethancourt Ballroom
6 p.m. Texas A&M vs. Lamar Memorial Student Center, Bethancourt Ballroom
Sunday, Sept. 15    
On-your-own Breakfast  
  Depart at your leisure  

-Friday Dinner: Mesquite grilled beef and chicken fajitas with sautéed bell peppers and onions. Served with creamed corn, Spanish rice, pinto beans, fixin's, and cobbler. 
-Saturday Tailgate: Mesquite smoked brisket and sausage. Includes creamed corn, pinto beans, potato salad, fixin's, and cobbler.

While the campus of Texas A&M may have changed a lot from when you were a student here, the Spirit of Aggieland remains the same. Click here for a current map of the Texas A&M campus. The map displays all current buildings on campus, and has a search bar where you can find where any particular building is located.

Friday Activities: 
Free parking is first-come, first-served at the Clayton W. Williams, Jr. Alumni Center for check-in and registration.

Paid parking for the Zachry Tour is available at Northside Parking Garage, Central Parking Garage, or Lot 51 by Bonfire Memorial. Since class is still taking place, it is recommended that you arrive early in case the area you attempt to park in is full.

Those attending the Music Activities Center tour may pay to park at at the University Center Garage by the Rudder Theater Complex. 

For the Quad Tour, or you can pay to park at one of the surrounding garages, with University Center Garage being the closest to the Quad.

For the Class Dinner, parking will be available at one of the surrounding garages, with West Campus Garage being the closest to the Student Rec Center. 

Saturday Activities:
For parking availability on game days, please visit:

 *Please note parking is not available at the Clayton W. Williams, Jr. Alumni Center on game days.*

Since this Reunion takes place on a Game Day, The Association of Former Students has coordinated with the 12th Man Foundation to reserve football tickets for your Class. Ticket price is $30 each, all tickets will be located in the upper end zone areas. To purchase tickets, please visit If you have any question regarding ticket purchasing, please contact the 12th Man Foundation directly at (888) 99-AGGIE or (979) 845-2311. 

Your Reunion is going to be a fun, casual affair. Feel free to dress comfortably as you will be walking around campus. Be sure to check the weather forecast before making your way to College Station and pack accordingly.

The Association of Former Students has teamed up with the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum for your Reunion weekend. The core exhibit space tells the story of the life and times of George H. W. Bush, 41st President of the United States. Family-friendly and educational exhibits guide visitors through an interactive tour of the museum. View replicas of President Bush's Camp David Office and White House Press Room, and receive a briefing on the Gulf War in the Situation Room. Have your picture made while seated at the desk in our replica Oval Office. The cost of entry is $3 throughout the weekend with your Reunion nametag.

The newest and largest academic building on campus and unlike any other facility in the nation. The 525,000 square foot complex completely modernizes the original Zachry Engineering Center and expands the facility to include a state-of-the-art Engineering Design Center. There are no lecture halls, but instead there are active learning studios that foster teamwork and furniture that fully integrates technology. Sign up to see the newly renovated facility!

From football games to formal concerts, Texas A&M University has a rich musical tradition, one that includes a wide variety of performances and covers a diverse set of genres. The new John D. White ’70 – Robert L. Walker ’58 Music Activities Center will accommodate more than 1,300 student musicians who participate in the bands, choirs and orchestras at Texas A&M. Don’t miss out on touring this newly constructed state-of-the art facility!

Tour the newly renovated Quad area, featuring the Buzbee, Ash, and Plank Leadership Learning Centers, Starbucks aka "Quadbucks," new landscape, and other recent additions to the Quad.

Class Agents serve as a liaison between their Class and The Association. This is the perfect opportunity to get involved as a former student, stay connected to the university and help lead your Class supporting A&M Elections are held in conjunction with your Reunions, so now is your chance!

Teams consist of two to five members of your Class and serve a five-year term. As a Class Agent you will serve on The Association of Former Students' Leadership Council, which meets twice a year. The Association of Former Students provides orientation and resources to aid you in this role. Class Agents are responsible for keeping the Class informed through newsletters, websites and emails, planning Class events and providing annual fund information to former students.

Your current Class Agents, Steve and Jim, have decided to step down. John will be partnering up with a previous fellow Classmates Dirk Bergoon, Drew Gibson, Max Stalling and Frank Wimbish

Class Agent elections will be held at the Class Business Meeting during your Reunion. For more information go to, e-mail or call (800) 633-7514. Please let the Class Programs Team know at least 7 days prior to your Reunion that your Class Programs Team would like to run to get your name on the ballot. Classmates must run as a team consisting of no less than two and no more than five individuals per team. All nominations must be received by the Reunion registration deadline.

The Association of Former Students has a fairly flexible cancellation policy. If you cannot attend your Reunion, or an event for which you have registered, please contact the Class Programs office (800) 633-7514 no later than Sept. 5. Your payment will be refunded with the exception of the registration fee. Registration changes after the Sept. 5 deadline cannot be refunded as food orders will have been guaranteed.


Your participation in the annual fund has a significant impact on the education experience of our students and provides the resources needed to support programs and activities for students and former students. We appreciate that you choose to participate and support Aggies and Texas A&M. Make a difference by donating now.

Levels of annual giving include:
Active - $50-$99
Bronze - $100-$249
Silver - $250-$499
Gold - $500-$999 
Diamond - $1,000+
Endowed - $25,000+

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