Welcome to the Member Spotlight

Welcome to the Member Spotlight

Each month Houston Aggie Women will be highlighting one of our amazing members - at lunch and here on our website. To give you an idea of what to expect, we're thrilled to introduce one of our favorite founding members, Miss Reveille. Why it is important to walk your Aggie every day. As we move into the second year of covid craziness, it is important to remember to take time for yourself and those around you. Too many of us have fallen into a pattern of hopelessness and despair. Isolating ourselves from everyone and everything that use to fill our very full lives. It’s times like these when it is most important to remember that it will get better, but we have to make it better by purposefully spending time with those we love. As the First Lady of Aggieland since 1931 and the highest ranking cadet on campus, I know a little something about keeping my Aggies healthy. For me, it’s little walks around the campus with a few scritches for those who need to connect. Each day my favorite Aggie and I venture out into Aggieland to smell the flowers and spread a little bit of joy around campus. It’s easy to social distance when you have hundreds of acres to explore, but I always try to rub up against those who need me most. You never know when a cold nose can make the difference to someone who’s feeling lost or alone. And you don’t have to be in Aggieland to be a part of the Aggie spirit. I encourage everyone to stay connected wherever they are. Together, we can make it through this because we are the Aggies. Meet Reveille IX Reveille is known as the First Lady of Aggieland and is Texas A&M’s official mascot....
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Join Houston Aggie Women

Join Houston Aggie Women

Each month Houston Aggie Women will be highlighting one of our amazing members - at lunch and here on our website. To give you an idea of what to expect, we're thrilled to introduce one of our favorite founding members, Miss Reveille. Why it is important to walk your Aggie every day. As we move into the second year of covid craziness, it is important to remember to take time for yourself and those around you. Too many of us have fallen into a pattern of hopelessness and despair. Isolating ourselves from everyone and everything that use to fill our very full lives. It’s times like these when it is most important to remember that it will get better, but we have to make it better by purposefully spending time with those we love. As the First Lady of Aggieland since 1931 and the highest ranking cadet on campus, I know a little something about keeping my Aggies healthy. For me, it’s little walks around the campus with a few scritches for those who need to connect. Each day my favorite Aggie and I venture out into Aggieland to smell the flowers and spread a little bit of joy around campus. It’s easy to social distance when you have hundreds of acres to explore, but I always try to rub up against those who need me most. You never know when a cold nose can make the difference to someone who’s feeling lost or alone. And you don’t have to be in Aggieland to be a part of the Aggie spirit. I encourage everyone to stay connected wherever they are. Together, we can make it through this because we are the Aggies. Meet Reveille IX Reveille is known as the First Lady of Aggieland and is Texas A&M’s official mascot....
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HAMC Coach’s Night 2021

HAMC Coach’s Night 2021

Virtual Auction now open! The 2021 Houston A&M Club Coach's Night is Wednesday, May 5, 2021, at Bayou City Event Center! Uno, dos, tres, cuatro... Cinco de Jimbo! Click here to check out the auction Save the date! The 2021 Houston A&M Club Coach's Night presented by Frost Bank and featuring Coach Jimbo Fisher, will be held on Wednesday, May 5, 2021 at Bayou City Event Center!Tables will be available for purchase beginning Monday, April 12th @ NOON--we will send an email with the purchase link and details then.If you would like more information on other sponsorship opportunities, please contact our Executive Director, Erin Bain '04 at erin.phillips.bain@aggienetwork.com.Interested in joining the Coach's Night Committee or donating an Auction Item? Contact our Coach's Night Chairs, Dana Randolph '91 and Kori Weyand '10 at hamccoachsnight@aggienetwork.com.Coach's Night is our premier fundraising event and provides scholarship support directly to current Texas A&M students from the Houston area. Thank you for your support!
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Aggie Mom’s Virtual Boutique

Aggie Mom’s Virtual Boutique

Click here to begin shopping Spring Boutique 2021 has arrived!  Support Aggie Moms' clubs raise funds for local scholarships, Texas A&M approved student organizations, and endowed scholarships. Raffle/drawings will begin sales Wednesday, April 7th and Merchandise sales will begin on Friday April 9th. We thank you for supporting Aggie Moms' Clubs. Funds raised go toward scholarships, supporting student groups at Texas A&M, and other organizations of this great University. Please take time to look around and shop. Check back often as posts are added as well as items to sell can be added too. We appreciate you and look forward to the day we can have our in person Boutique to be able to thank you personally. Enjoy virtual shopping! Stay healthy and be safe!
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Houston Aggie Mom’s Crazy Auction

Houston Aggie Mom’s Crazy Auction

Congratulations to Houston A&M University Mothers’ Club for another successful Crazy Auction.  Houston Aggie Women were thrilled to be part of this event with a relaxation basket. This past year has been stressful, leaving us searching for comfort, distractions, and ways to relax.  Your search is over!  This gift basket delivers something for everyone: relax with chocolate-covered macadamia nuts and Traditions 2018 Merlot (with Aggie wine charms in case you want to share); treat your face with Mary Kay fragrance and skin care products; show off your new Aggie stacking bracelets after pampering your hands with nail oil, hand cream, and a Color Street nail polish set; calm your thoughts with a jigsaw puzzle; draw inspiration from 3 hours with a Professional Organizer; rejuvenate your body inside and out with FitLine skin care products and dietary supplements.  Explore this overflowing basket for more surprises hidden throughout. Thanks to Houston Aggie Women members Jennifer Clark ’94, Jill Almaguer ’83, Kathy Moore ’76, Kris Cobb ’87, Lizette Lobpries ’77, Stefany Hennigan, Stephanie Husman ’90, and Tonya Spell ’97 for their contributions to this wonderful basket.
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Legacies Fundraiser

Legacies Fundraiser

2021 Drive & Dine Pancake Drive By Saturday, April 10th 11am - 1pm Renegade Bakery & Culinary Studio More Details
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You Made a Difference to These Aggies

Sharleen Walkoviak ‘77 Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo Lifetime Vice President Sharleen gave us a behind-the-scenes look at the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo and entertained us with stories of her wild ride in the Grand Entry. Houston Aggie Women will donate to Sharleen's favorite student group in the Bush School of Government and Public Service, the Ambassadors Council. Kalyn Clark '17 2017 MSC Fall Leadership Conference Chair Kalyn gave us a review of the MSC Fall Leadership Conference that Houston Aggie Women supported in 2016, then she told us of her plans for improvements she will make to the 2017 Conference. At the end of her talk, Jennifer Clark '94 (no relation) presented Kalyn with a Houston Aggie Women check to get her 2017 Conference off to a good start. Dr. Katherine Banks Texas A&M University Dean of the Dwight Look College of Engineering TAMU System Vice Chancellor for Engineering State of the College and 25 by 25 Program (a controlled enrollment growth program with a goal of 25,000 engineering students by 2025).Diana Hu '97 and Jennifer Clark '94 present Dr. Katherine Banks with a Houston Aggie Women check. The funds will be used for the Women In Engineering program.
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Being a Member of Houston Aggie Women Has Its Benefits

Being a Member of Houston Aggie Women Has Its Benefits

Being a Member of Houston Aggie Women has Benefits Like our events, Membership is OPEN TO ALL. Some members are not Aggies. Some members are not Women. Some members don't even live in Houston! Member Pricing on Lunches[$30 Early Bird | $35 Late] Personalized Name TagPersonalized Name Tag Website Directory EntryWebsite Directory Entry
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Be Who You Were Meant to Be and Achieve Your Dream

Be Who You Were Meant to Be and Achieve Your Dream Knowing your life's purpose can make you happier and your life more fulfilled and ultimately more rewarding. Coaching accelerates progress by providing focus and awareness. Here's a great way to start off this new decade!Houston Aggie Women Founding Member, Jackalyn Rainosek, PhD '84, is offering a Dream Coaching program using the Dream Coach process.Mention Houston Aggie Women and you will get 11 two-hour sessions (22 hours of coaching) for the special group-discount price of $495.00 (normally $2,990. for individuals).A payment plan is available.​This special offer requires a minimum of 10 participants. Start date for the course will be determined by the participants. For more information, please contact Jackalyn email me call me
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