The Kerr County Texas A&M Club was originally formed on April 21, 1980 by members of Texas A&M Association of Former Students and organized for the benefit of the residents of Kerr County. There is no charge for membership and our activities include several popular fundraising events in Kerr County.
In January 1, 2017 the Kerr County A&M Club achieved 501(c)3 corporation status that allows contributions to be 100 per cent tax deductible. Our two main annual events are our Sporting Clays Shoot and Muster. We have also have Football Get-togethers in Kerrville and Music Get-togethers during the summer. In 2021 we had a fundraising Raffle and in 2022 we will have the sale of Texas A&M souvenirs at Muster.
Chairman John M. Penaloza ’89 proudly created this website in 2005 when the e-mail list was 250 members. We currently have a membership of 995 former students in Kerr County with an email list of 862 members. In 2021 our fundraising events and activities allowed us to award (4) $2,000 Scholarships to local Kerr County high school graduates accepted to Texas A&M in College Station. One of which, Cade Secor, was valedictorian of Tivy High School.