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Kyle Heise '25 February 27, 2023 4:51 PM updated: March 10, 2023 5:19 PM
The addition of six new chartered Texas A&M Clubs brings the total to over 280 Clubs chartered by The Association.
Four of the new Clubs received their charters in person recently at The Association's spring Leadership Council meeting: San Jacinto County, Lake Travis, Italy and Bee County.
The San Jacinto County A&M Club and Bee County A&M Club become the newest Texas counties to add A&M Clubs.
The Lake Travis A&M Club brings together Aggies from the Austin area.
The Italy A&M Club becomes the first chartered A&M club in Italy. Find them on Instagram at @italy_am_club.
North Carolina and Colorado also added chartered A&M clubs with the Triad A&M Club (North Carolina) and Aspen (Colorado) A&M Clubs.
The Triad A&M Club president is Katie Jones '02. The Aspen A&M Club president is Stephanie Erwin '95. Their fellow new presidents are John Lovett ’89 (San Jacinto County), Rufo Reyes ’95 (Lake Travis), Ryan Price ’91 (Italy) and Matt Ortega ’13 (Bee County).
Thanks to generous donations to the Century Club, chartered A&M Clubs are able to receive communications, social media support, email distribution and more from The Association of Former Students.
You can view more information about A&M Clubs and find one near you by visiting AggieNetwork.com/Clubs. If there is not one near you and you are interested in finding out what's involved in starting one and how The Association can help, email us at Clubs@AggieNetwork.com.
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