Aggie-Muster-FeaturedWe gather here to mark the day Aggies proudly stand.
To honor those who’ve gone before to the promised land.
Each name is called upon the roll, comrades answer “Here.”
Trumpets sound their sad good-bye to those we held so dear.
All heads are bowed in silent pledge never to forget.
While rifles fire their last salute echoes answer yet.
To their mem’ry we’ll be true; we will take their place.
One for all and all for one ever in Thy grace.
We’ll meet again another day, reunion while we pray
To ask Thy blessing on each one on this Muster day,
Aggie Muster Day.

Margaret Rudder (wife of Earl Rudder)

Muster Ceremony
Date/Time: Friday, April 21, 2017, 6:30 p.m.
Location: Texas Capitol – 1100 Congress Avenue

UPDATE – 4/20 – We have confirmation that the House Chambers will be available tomorrow for our Muster event. Please make your way there when you arrive. We will have volunteers stationed at the entry points at the Capitol to direct you.

PARKING: There is street parking available around the Capitol grounds, and you can park in the Texas Capitol Visitors Parking Garage on San Jacinto between 12th & 13th Streets.
http://www.tspb.state.tx.us/plan/parking/parking.html

Speaker: Dr. Lynn Hagan ’77

Dr. Lynn (Purnell) Hagan ’77 has a global perspective on the role Aggies can play. She has lived just outside war zones, and was a mere 5 miles from Saudi Arabia during the attacks on the WTC. A clinical social worker, she has provided stress and trauma debriefings for the military, the State Department, and American business interests. She has been a tireless advocate for human rights and women and girls and was a recipient of 2010 Legacy Award from Women Former Students’ Network. She finds it important to speak about our core values and how they apply to life as an Aggie beyond the university.

 

Answering the Muster Volunteer Roll Call
As we prepare to answer the roll call for our fellow Ags at Muster, we are in need of people to answer the VOLUNTEER roll call. Volunteers are needed the day of the event to help with set-up, greeting, ushering, and handing out programs. If you would like to volunteer, please contact Amanda Palm at muster@austinags.org.