Please join us for: Aggie Muster 2024
WHEN: Sunday, April 21, 2024
SOCIAL TIME: 6:00 PM
DINNER & PROGRAM: 6:30 PM
ATTIRE: Business Casual
CATERED BY: Rafa's Kitchen
QUAIL POINT LODGE
107 Twilight (off Red Sail)
Horseshoe Bay, Texas 78657
This year's program will begin with social time and dinner followed by the awarding of the 2024 Highland Lakes A&M Foundation Scholarships to local Burnet County High School Students. We will then hear from our Muster Speaker, Neal Adams '68. We will then conclude the evening with the solemn Muster Ceremony in which we acknowledge and honor those Aggies who have passed away over the last year. We have a great program and meal planned for your this year. Hope to see you there!
Please purchase your tickets below. No tickets will be sold at the door. Questions? Contact Yvonne Kaatz at 512-426-8410 or send her an email.
2024 muster speaker
mr. neil adams, class of 1968
Mr. Adams was born and raised in Tyler, Texas. He earned his BBA in Marketing from Texas A&M University in 1968 and obtained his Juris Doctor in 1970 from Baylor University School of Law. While attending Texas A&M University, he was Head Yell Leader from 1967-1968. He served on the Student Senate and was Adjutant General for 2nd Brigade Staff of the Corps of Cadets.
Mr. Adams continues to be very supportive of Texas A&M. He serves as a member and Past Chairman of President Banks’ Board of Visitors for the Corps of Cadets, a member of and Past Chair of the Chancellor’s Century Council, Past Chair of the 12th Man Foundation, past Co-Agent for class of ’68, a Past President and current Treasurer of the Former Yell Leaders’ Association. Mr. Adams continues to serve as a member of and Vice Chair of the Dean’s Development Council, Texas A&M University School of Law. Mr. Adams continues to serve as a member of the Advisory Board and as Chair of the Development Committee for the Texas A&M University Bush School of Public Policy. He has received numerous awards and has been a continual supporter of the Texas A&M University School of Law from its inception, which is located in downtown Fort Worth, and served on the Law School’s Search Committee for its first Dean in 2013 and on its Law School’s Search Committee for its second Dean in 2017.
Since 1988, Mr. Adams has been a keynote speaker at Aggie Musters from Phoenix, Arizona to Knoxville, Tennessee to Columbia, South Carolina, and from Dallas to Houston, San Antonio to Austin, and many locations in between. With his keynote speech at the Fort Worth A&M Club’s Muster last year, it was his 17th Muster speech.