Welcome to 2019-20 Coppell Aggie Moms
Our Monthly Meetings are the second Monday of the Month at 7 pm. We meet at Riverside Church of Christ, 150 E. Beltline Rd., Coppell. The most timely information about our club can be found on the Coppell Aggie Mom Facebook page. Our Howdy Meeting for the school year will be Monday, Sept. 9 at 7 pm. We will have membership forms and lots of information about the new school year. At our Sept 9th meeting we will welcome 9-9-19 presentation by Tim Scott. The Nov. 11 will feature a speaker and we will prepare exam packs for the close of the fall semester. The Dec. 9th meeting will be our annual Christmas Party and Ornament Exchange, location TBD. The 2020 meeting dates will be Feb. 10, March 2, April 13 and May 11.
For additional chapter information please contact our Chapter President Donna Starling at firstname.lastname@example.org or 214-557-6209.
Follow all our updates on the Coppell Aggie Mom Facebook page.
The Coppell Aggie Mom Club will host an Adult Spelling Bee and Senior Mom Recognition to support the chapter’s newly created scholarship fund. The event will be Thursday, April 2, at 6:30 pm at Las Colinas Country Club. Two or Three -person teams will spell words in a fun and friendly competition with other teams.
Teams registration and ticket sales begin March. 1. Registration – Spelling Bee is $100 for a team of 2-4 people, and $35 per individual to be placed on a team. Audience tickets are available for $10. We do encourage any additional donations to help with the foundation of our scholarship fund. The event will be capped at 20 teams. Each team is given one word per round and has 30 seconds to come up with the correct spelling. Teams may purchase up to four Reloads to retry a word. Reloads will be sold for $20. If you would like to sponsor the event or are unable to attend you may do so through the on-line registration below. Prizes will be given for the winning team, best team name and best team spirit. The evening will begin at 6:30 with a food buffet and cash bar. The spelling contest will begin at 7 pm. For registration, sponsorship or ticket information please contact Dolores Kelly at email@example.com or 214-693-7613 or Kris Smith at Kris.firstname.lastname@example.org.
To Register online for event
Meeting Dates & Locations
The second or first Monday of the month during the school year (9/9, 10/14, 11/11, 12/9, 2/10, 3/2, 4/13 & 5/11), 7 pm., Riverside Church of Christ,
The Coppell Aggie Moms Club welcomes Aggie Mothers from Coppell, Flower Mound, Lewisville, Highland Village, Valley Ranch and Irving. For additional membership information please contact May Olson at email@example.com, or 972-672-4821. To get ahead of the process, please print out 2019-2020 Registration Form (FINAL) year ahead of the meeting.
If you are an Aggie Mom, please request to join our Coppell Aggie Mom Facebook page for the latest chapter information, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our first Fundraising and Fun event for the year was Thursday, Aug. 22nd and was held in partnership with the Coppell A&M Club. The inaugural Coppell Texas Style 42 Domino Tournament was great success and fun for all. Our very own Aggie Mom President Donna Starling placed third. All proceeds from the tournament will benefit student scholarships for both clubs.
Our 2018 Gig ’em Gathering was our primary fundraising event and a huge success in kicking off our Chapter Endowment. Thanks to… 7-Eleven, Aggieland Outfitters, All Care Veterinary Hospital, Anamia’s Tex Mex, Arche Winery, Barre3, Benjamin Knox, Black Walnut Cafe, Blue Ostrich Winery, Bubble Chic Boutique, Calvary Court Hotel, Chamberlain’s, Chic Fil-A 635@MacArthur and South College Station, Chipotle, College Curator, Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders, David Gardner’s Jewelry, Doggie’s Wonderland, Peter Lecca, DDS, Firelight Vineyards, Frisco College Baseball Classic, Grand Station Entertainment, Harvey Washbangers, Jason’s Deli, Jojo & Lou, Kellye Demski-Kuklin Realtor Group, Kendra Scott, Kenny’s Italian Kitchen, Life Stream, Local Diner, McAlister’s Deli, Messina Hof, Napa Flats, Ole’s Tex Mex, Palio’s Italian Kitchen, Pioneer Woman/Ree Drummond/The Mercantile, Potbelly Sandwich Shop, Raising Cane’s, RingWraps, Schlitterbahn New Braunfels, Senor Locos – Coppell, Tangerine Salon, The George Hotel, the Little Bird, Tiff’s Treats, Traditions Golf Club, Velvet’s Vintage, Warehouse at CC Creations, Wings ‘n More – University, Wow! Great Lips! (LipSense) and YMCA Coppell
If you would like to support our mission with a monetary donation or if you would like to make a non-monetary donation please email CoppellAggieMoms@AggieNetwork.com
New to Texas A&M?
Please click the link to our MayDay2022 a collection of helpful tips on all things Aggie from a lot of Aggie Moms. Hopefully this will ease you into the Maroon way of life.
In addition to meeting other Aggie Moms, learning more about Texas A&M and its rich traditions, and of course, sharing all about our Ags, club activities include donations to Texas A&M campus organizations.
Our club activities include:
v Monthly “support our Aggies“ projects
v Fall and Spring “Exam Packs”
v Birthday cards to our Aggies
v Gifts to graduating Aggies
v Assist Aggies who are homeless or in need. See this article in The Battalion.
v Participation in Federation of Texas A&M Mothers’ Club activities and events
If you know any moms that have students headed to Texas A&M this summer or fall, please pass this information on to them:
Because of recent Texas legislation, TAMU will not be able to provide Aggie Moms’ Clubs with contact information for incoming Aggies for Summer and Fall 2017 unless the students opt-in to release their contact information.
This means the Clubs can’t send new Aggie Moms information about Aggie Moms’ Club meetings and activities. “Opting in” can be done by selecting “I authorize Texas A&M University to release my directory information.” through their student’s AIS portal.
The Federation of Texas A&M University Mothers’ Clubs was organized in 1928 and its’ mission is “by individual and united effort to contribute in every way to the comfort and welfare of the students and to cooperate with Texas A&M University in maintaining a high standard of moral conduct and intellectual attainment”. Texas A&M University Mothers’ Clubs are proud organizations, proud of Texas A&M University and proud of the daughters and sons they send to Texas A&M. Aggie Moms are also proud of making a contribution: to the education of their students, to the future of Texas A&M University and to the future of the Great State of Texas.