Howdy to the Fort Worth/Tarrant Aggie Moms!

We are mothers of Texas A&M students–both past and present–who like to get together for charitable and educational purposes. Our group has almost 200 members this year. We do a lot of good and have a lot of fun in the process. Come join us!


Click link below to download Word form so you can RSVP to May’s dinner at Joe T.’s.

AggieMomEnd-of-YearDinnerRegistration Form


Gail Pigeon makes these wonderful charm necklaces that help raise money for our scholarship fund. They can be picked up at our general meetings or shipped directly to you.

Click here to see charm collection and to order.

“Softly call the Muster, let comrade answer ‘Here’…”

Local Aggie Muster, Friday, April 21 at 6 pm
The Fort Worth Aggie Club is hosting the 2017 Fort Worth/Tarrant County Muster to honor our fallen Aggies who have passed away this past year.

Fort Worth/Tarrant County Aggie Muster 2017 TICKETS NOW ON SALE

Ring of Honor Moms are doing the Granbury Wine Walk with spontaneous shopping and eating on Saturday, April 29, 2017. Carpool will leave at 9:30 am.
Tickets $27 if bought before April 15th


Have you joined our group yet? Are you sure you filled out the form and paid your dues? Our membership dues are small (only $25!!) but critical to our operating budget so if you’re not sure you did the paperwork, please check with Torie Deremo at the meeting. You are always welcome at our meetings but please consider joining.

Kendra Scott Gives Back Event

Thursday, April 27

just in time for Mother’s Day and graduation

Details to come

Great gift idea: A baby Century Tree!
And it benefits our club

babycenturytreeAndy Duffie, ’78, is growing and selling Century Tree seedlings as an A&M scholarship fundraiser. He has already funded a President’s Endowed Scholarship (2012), an Aggie Ring Scholarship (2015), and is now working on a Sul Ross Scholarship for the Corps of Cadets.

He sells the seedlings from his web site ( for $100 each. The little trees are 16- to 24-inches tall, depending upon the time of year (shorter in winter months, taller by late summer). They are one year old, in excellent condition, and are planted in one-gallon containers. Customers have the option of picking up a seedling from his home in College Station or he will package and ship a seedling by UPS to any location across the southern U.S. (where live oaks grow) for an extra $20.

For every referred customer sent by our club, he sends us $20. For us to get credit, during the online purchase a pop-up box will appear asking the customer “How did you learn of the Aggie Century Tree Project?” The customer simply enters FORT WORTH/TARRANT COUNTY AGGIE MOMS CLUB in that field – which is captured as part of the transaction.

MembershipItemsSKIP THE LINE: Pay your annual dues now, buy this year’s club T-shirt, order a Study Kit, order a name tag

Avoid the line at the meetings by filling out your form in advance and mailing the form and your payment to our Membership Chairman Torie Deremo at the address on the form.

You can use the single membership form to pay club dues, purchase our official 2016-2017 club T-shirt, order a Study Kit for December finals, or order a reusable name tag. Last year’s Study Kit which included gift cards, candy, popcorn, granola bars, and other goodies in a lovely Aggie bucket. Each semester they’re different but the students always love these leading up to finals.

Click to download aggiemomsmembership2016-2017 as a PDF form

Click to download aggiemomsmembership2016-2017 as a Word .doc file

For more information about the membership form, click here.

For more information about the study kits, click here.

Know a new Aggie mom? Send her our club newsletter, hot off the presses. Link to August 2016 newsletter

momsatmarchinThank you, moms, for helping with September 2016 Corps March-in.