Blanco County Aggie Moms is a non-profit organization formed in 2006 by a group of Aggie Moms who wanted to provide a base of local support and fellowship for Aggie students and their families. The organization is chartered under the Federation of Aggie Moms Clubs. Since the formation of the group four years ago, the enrollment has grown from a half dozen Aggie moms to the current membership of 18. Members live in both Blanco and Johnson City, and Blanco County Aggie Moms serves students countywide.
Club meetings are held on the second Sunday of alternating months. The primary functions of the group are: to raise scholarship funds for incoming Aggie freshmen each year, provide treats for the students during semester finals, and offer support to Aggies and their families. Blanco Aggie Moms host an annual summer picnic to welcome new Aggies and their families into the group. This activity is always well attended and is a great opportunity for new students to learn more about Texas A&M and enjoy a fun time as well! As a non-profit group, Blanco County Aggie Moms actively participate in local fundraising activities, and all monies earned are dedicated to student scholarships.
On Saturday, April 17, from 8:00am to 2:00pm, Blanco County Aggie Moms will host a garage/bake sale at Immel’s Dairy Service on Fourth Street. The goal is to increase contributions to scholarships from previous years. Please come out and support our new Aggies!