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March 2021 Lunch
February 1 @ 2:58 pm CST
In March 2020, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo was cancelled mid-stream. Will there be an HLSR 2021?
How different will it be? Hear about the changes and get answers to all your cowboy questions from an amazing trail blazer, Sharleen Walkoviak ‘77, HLSR Lifetime Vice President.
Connect with other H-town Aggies on March 9 for another “can’t miss” episode of Houston Aggie Women Networking Luncheons.
Maggiano’s will be observing all recommended social distancing guidelines.
No more than 6 guests at each table. Maximum of 24 guests in the room. All banquet staff will be wearig masks and gloves.
We don’t know what the guidelines will be on March 9th, but whatever they are, we’ll be observing them. Stay tuned for updates.
Like all Houston Aggie Women events, the March 9th Networking Lunch is OPEN TO ALL. No membership required.
Current members do get a discount on their lunch price, however. Click here to purchase your 2021 Membership now and begin taking advantage of Member Pricing immediately.
$30 Member Early Bird Pricing – register no later than March 2nd. $35 Member Price if you pay on-line after March 2nd or at the door.
$35 NON-Member Early Bird Pricing – register no later than March 2nd. $40 NON-Member Price if you pay on-line after March 2nd or at the door.
Past lunches have SOLD OUT. We cannot guarantee you a seat unless you register online before the event.
NOTE: The room capacity limit may decrease as we approach the actual date of this event. Better safe than sorry….
Lunch is served family-style – this month’s menu includes salad, pasta, grilled chicken with veggies, and don’t forget those fabulous desserts! Yum!
Questions? E-mail JClark@melton-melton.com or Info@HoustonAggieWomen.com.
HOUSTON AGGIE WOMEN is a key resource for Aggie women, friends and family. We connect the Houston Aggie community through networking, education, and giving back.
Our events are OPEN TO ALL – men and women, Aggies and Non-Aggies – anyone needing a little boost.
Second Tuesday of every month – networking starts at 11:30 a.m., lunch from 11:50 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Join us for good food, good conversation, and an interesting speaker – sometimes an Aggie, sometimes not, but always interesting.
Afraid you won’t know anyone there? Bring a friend!
Can’t find a friend to bring? Don’t worry! In a room full of friendly Aggies, you’re bound to find a conversation to join. And with our wide range of Class Years, you’ll probably find someone with a Class Ring just like yours.
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER:
Sharleen Walkoviak is co-owner, vice president and CFO of Houston-based Covenant Technology Services LLC, a provider of information technology services to small and medium-sized businesses. She is a CPA, having received her degree in accounting from Texas A&M in 1977.
Sharleen is on the Development Council of the Bush School at Texas A&M and she and her husband of 40 years, Ron, sponsor an endowed scholarship at the Bush School.
Sharleen has received many honors and awards over the years, including Community Champion for Texas Children’s Cancer Center Celebration of Champions and being honored as one of Houston’s 50 Most Influential Women in 2015. In 2016, she was inducted into the Greater Houston Women’s Chamber of Commerce Hall of Fame.
In 2012, Sharleen was a recipient of Rodeo Houston’s Trailblazer Award honoring female volunteers who have served on multiple committees for a minimum of 10 years. The next year, she was appointed by the Show to a search committee tasked with finding candidates to fill the president and CEO vacancy.
At the time of her election as one of the 18 elected vice presidents who oversee the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo more than 30,000 volunteers, Sharleen was the only woman out of the eighteen. (She earned her Trailblazer title and held open the door for the female vice presidents who followed her.)
Sharleen completed her VP assignment with the wrap-up of the 2016 rodeo and is now officially a Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo Lifetime Vice President. During her three years as a sitting VP, Sharleen had organizational responsibility for hundreds of volunteers on six committees. She served as officer in charge of the Auctions Assistance, Carnival Ticket Sales, Graphics & Signage, Lamb & Goat Auction, Tours, and Trailblazer committees.