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Muster Camaraderie BBQ

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Photo by Photo by Jesse Everett

Sonya Adams and former Head Yell Leader Neal Adams, Class of ’68 and outgoing senior Yell Leader Ian Moss connect during the Muster Camaraderie BBQ.

The Muster Camaraderie BBQ, held outside of Kyle Field, gave the Class of ’68 a  chance to renew the spirit of muster before the official Muster Ceremony on April 21 in Reed Arena.
Photos by Jesse Everett

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  • The Muster Camaraderie BBQ gave the Class of ’68 to catch up before the Muster Ceremony on April 21.

    Photo by Photo by Jesse Everett
  • Muster serves as a 50 year reunion of graduated classes, this year is celebrating the class of 1968.

    Photo by Photo by Jesse Everett
  • Muster gives current and former students a chance to interact and share stories.

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  • Senior Yell Leader Ken Belden poses for a photo with the Muster hosts, students that have volunteered their time to help out with the ceremony of Muster.

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  • Many of the graduates from the Class of 1968 served their country in the military.

    Photo by Photo by Jesse Everett
  • Mayor of Brady, TX, Anthony “Shady” Groves is the class of 1968’s representative for the Muster ceremony.

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  • Many corps members spend time at the BBQ, connecting with past corps members.

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  • Muster Keynote Speaker, Kathleen Gibson ’81 spoke at the Muster Camaraderie BBQ.

    Photo by Photo by Jesse Everett
  • Mike Beggs, Class of 1968, joins the Yell Leaders at Muster Camaraderie BBQ.

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  • Outgoing senior Yell Leader Ken Belden and former Head Yell Leader Neal Adams lead the Muster Camaraderie BBQ in a yell.

    Photo by Photo by Jesse Everett
  • Reveille IX made an appearance at the Muster Camaraderie BBQ with her new handler, Sophomore Mia Miller.

    Photo by Photo by Jesse Everett
  • The Muster ceremony will commence in Reed Arena at 7 pm on April 21.

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  • The first Muster was held in 1883, growing to be one of the most solemn and powerful Texas A&M traditions.

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  • Members from the Class of 1968 had the opportunity to meet and interact with Reveille IX.

    Photo by Photo by Jesse Everett
  • April 21 will serve as outgoing senior Bobby Brooks‘ last day as Student Body President.

    Photo by Photo by Jesse Everett
  • The world famous Aggie Wranglers performed their famous Aggie Wrangler Jitterbug at the Muster Camaraderie BBQ.

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  • The Aggie Wranglers performed their high-flying jitterbug at the Muster Camaraderie BBQ.

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  • The Femmatas sang for the Class of 1968 at the Muster Camaraderie BBQ.

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