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Thursday, April 21, 2011

April 21st

Today is worth remembering!
  • Aggie Muster
    A time to remember the Aggies who left us this past year.  May their glorious deeds and lives live on.
    I've attended a few Musters in my time.  Not enough of them.  Forever I will remember Muster of '70 when we remembered Gen. Rudder.  His impact on the University, and thus my life, was tremendous.
  • San Jacinto Day
    Texas Independence from Mexico was won on this day, April 21, 1836. 
    There are two accounts of the origin of the name San Jacinto, the Spanish word for "hyacinth:" the channel may have been choked with the aquatic plants when it was first encountered by early explorers, or the river may have been discovered on St. Hyacinth's Day, August 17.
God Bless Ya'll !

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