In response to the changing needs of the community and the effects of COVID-19, the Brazos County A&M Club annual Aggie Muster ceremony will be held virtually on April 21 with a camaraderie barbecue to be held later this summer.
The virtual Muster ceremony will still take place at 6:00 PM on April 21 and will be livestreamed on numerous platforms including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and bcamc.aggienetwork.com. The livestream is being produced in partnership with Texas Film Works based in College Station, Texas.
The interactive virtual event will include the traditional Roll Call for the Absent and candle lighting as well as other program pieces. Families of those being honored will have the option of their loved one’s name also being called and participating at the Muster in 2021.
In addition to the virtual Muster ceremony, an in-person camaraderie barbecue is being planned for late summer 2020 for Aggies in Brazos County to gather as they normally would on April 21 for food, friends and good bull. Details will be released as they are finalized in the coming months.
Those who have pre-purchased tickets to this year’s Muster will be contacted regarding options for reconciling their tickets and donations.
Information on the 2021 Aggie Muster will be made available soon.
The Brazos County A&M Club Muster Roll Call includes:
Former students who resided in Brazos County
Additional former students as added through RSVPs
For questions about the BCAMC Muster, email BCAMCMuster@AggieNetwork.com.
The Campus Muster Roll Call includes:
Students enrolled at Texas A&M
Members of the 50-Year Reunion Class of 1971
Former students who have an immediate family member* enrolled at Texas A&M
Former students who lost their lives while on active military duty in the past year
Texas A&M faculty and staff of long tenure
For more information about Campus Muster, click here.
*An immediate family member is defined as grandfather, grandmother, father, mother, sister, brother, son and daughter.