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WesTexAgs Shootout

July 7, 2012

WesTexAgs Shootout set for July 14

If you’re an Aggie, are friends with an Aggie or don’t mind helping an Aggie, the Howard County A&M Club needs your help.
For the 13th consecutive year, the club will hold its WesTexAgs Shootout to raise scholarship money to support area public school students attending Texas A&M University.
Anyone, regardless of whether they’re an Aggie, is welcome to attend.
Two major events, both held at Big Spring Country Club, will highlight this year’s Shootout, which will be held Saturday, July 14:
• A four-person scramble golf tournament will tee off at 1 p.m. Entry fee is $100 per person and includes cart and green fees. In addition, the A&M club is seeking $500 sponsorships for teams and holes.
Golfers will be allowed one mulligan (for $10) and awards will be presented for the longest drive and closest to the pin contests. Prizes will be country club pro shop credits.
The action shifts inside at 6 p.m., when the A&M club holds its annual Aggie Live Auction.
Items such as memorabilia and vacation trips will be auctioned off. Items include:
• John David Crow Texas A&M statistics jersey.
• Texas A&M Aggie Band framed piece — Nov. 1941 Texas A&M vs. Texas game.
• UT Millennium Statistics Football , signed by Earl Campbell.
• Texas A&M 12th Man Kickoff Team book by Jackie Sherrill.
• Masters Golf Tournament piece with scorecards signed by Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer.
• Limited Edition Rolling Stones Australian Tour Lithograph, signed by Mick Jagger and other band members.
• Dallas Cowboys Coach Tom Landry tribute piece.
• Two concealed weapons training classes.
• Two tactical weapons training classes.
• Tickets to Texas A&M football games.
• Vacation package to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
The goal for this year’s Shootout is to raise enough money for 18 endowed scholarships to the university.
For more information, call 432-263-7969 or visit the A&M club’s website at www.westexags.com

Contact Staff Writer Steve Reagan at 263-7331 ext. 235 or by e-mail at reporter@bigspringherald.com

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