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Golf in Corpus, catfish in Georgetown and more Aggie events

Susan "Sue" Owen '94 June 7, 2018 9:44 AM updated: June 7, 2018 1:25 PM

The catfish at the Williamson County fish fry could not be fresher - they were swimming that morning!
The catfish at the Williamson County fish fry could not be fresher - they were swimming that morning!

Texas A&M Clubs connect Aggies back to each other and A&M, and their events are usually a hoot, to boot. This weekend, several Clubs around the state are hosting events that will be filled with Aggie camaraderie and lots of maroon.

Eat some fresh catfish, play golf or hear A&M’s new head football coach, Jimbo Fisher — all while raising money to send local students to Texas A&M.

Salty Aggies’ annual golf tournament

We’re not sure what the rules were on the ‘toilet hole,’ so you’d better ask if they’re doing it again!

Golfers will gather Friday at the Corpus Christi Country Club for a tradition that’s been going on since the mid-1980s: the Nueces County A&M Club’s annual golf tournament, raising money to send local students to A&M. Last year, the Club had eight students on scholarship at A&M!

Registration is at 11:30 a.m., with the shotgun start at 1 p.m. (beverages included) and reception, awards and dinner to follow.

Next up, on July 28, is the Salty Ags’ seventh annual fishing tournament, another event that raises thousands for the Club’s scholarship fund.

26th Williamson County A&M Club Fish Fry

The Williamson County A&M Club raised more than $33,000 for A&M scholarships last year by frying catfish and hope to beat that on Friday evening (5-8 p.m.) in Georgetown at their 26th annual Fish Fry and Silent Auction. You can stay and eat at the event, or pick up a to-go plate; there’s a cash bar; and Club members donate homemade desserts.

Club volunteers start setting up in the Georgetown Community Center at 10 a.m. and take shifts cutting, battering and frying the fish from 2 to 7 p.m., then serving during the event itself, and clean up afterwards. Tickets are $15 for adults, $7 for 10 and younger.

Fish fry and Aggie yells in New Braunfels

Join the Aggie yell leaders Saturday at the Comal County A&M Club’s annual fish fry in New Braunfels. The event includes family-friendly activities and yell practice!

This year, the Club endowed a permanent scholarship fund of $25,000 to help students from Comal County continue their education at Texas A&M.

Coach’s Nights in Austin and College Station


Sunday and Monday are the first two Coach’s Nights of summer 2018. Don’t miss your chance to hear from new A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher, plus meet the Aggie yell leaders and pet Reveille IX.

Links for all six Coach's Nights are at

Sunday — Austin Convention Center with Capital City A&M Club
Monday — Hall of Champions at Kyle Field with Brazos County A&M Club

Coming up:
Houston — July 16
Fort Worth — July 17
Dallas — July 19
San Antonio — July 23

Steaks with Coach Fisher in San Angelo

Catch Coach Fisher in San Angelo, too! He’s speaking Tuesday, June 12 at the San Angelo Texas A&M Club's luncheon at a steakhouse; get details and how to RSVP here.

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