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Preparing for Action

Auburn Alumni in Action is a national service week—a chance for alumni to serve not only Auburn, but also the members of their own communities. Alumni all over the nation will be participating in a variety of outreach opportunities– coordinated by their local Auburn Clubs–during (and around the week of) October 13-20, 2012. The…See More
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Watching the game

The only thing better than watching Auburn football is watching Auburn football with fellow tigers! But, hang on. Even if you can't go to the game, you can still watch the game with other Auburn folks. There are 98 Auburn Clubs located across the nation and many of them have designated official "game-watching" locations where AU fans…See More
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Watching the game

The only thing better than watching Auburn football is watching Auburn football with fellow tigers! But, hang on. Even if you can't go to the game, you can still watch the game with other Auburn folks. There are 98 Auburn Clubs located across the nation and many of them have designated official "game-watching" locations where AU fans…See More
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Want a ticket? Need a ticket?

 Got Tickets?Football season is merely a heartbeat away and if you are still looking for––or are wanting to exchange game tickets, you are in luck! Why? Well, it just so happens, the auburnclubs.org website has a ticket exchange section available for just this purpose!It's Easy!Click on the "Ticket Exchange" tab in the…See More
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Knoxie and Aubie

From The Griffin Daily News: The McIntosh Area Auburn Club had its annual banquet Tuesday night at J. Henry's in Griffin. About 50 people attended, including 5-year-old Knoxie Burson, who was meeting Aubie in person for…See More
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"You beat me to it! WDE and see you in a few weeks.  "
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1997 - Huntingdon College

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Preparing for Action

Auburn Alumni in Action is a national service week—a chance for alumni to serve not only Auburn, but also the members of their own communities. Alumni all over the nation will be participating in a variety of outreach opportunities– coordinated by their local Auburn Clubs–during (and around the week…

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Posted on September 27, 2012 at 2:28pm

Watching the game

The only thing better than watching Auburn football is watching Auburn football with fellow tigers! But, hang on. Even if you can't go to the game, you can still watch the game with other Auburn folks. There are 98 Auburn Clubs located across the nation and many of them have designated official…

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Posted on August 31, 2012 at 11:30am

Want a ticket? Need a ticket?

 

Got Tickets?

Football season is merely a heartbeat away and if you are still looking for––or are wanting to exchange game tickets, you are in luck! Why? Well, it just so happens, the auburnclubs.org website has a ticket exchange section…

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Posted on August 22, 2012 at 12:00pm

Knoxie and Aubie

From The Griffin Daily News:



The McIntosh Area Auburn Club had its annual banquet Tuesday night at J. Henry's in Griffin. About 50 people attended, including 5-year-old…

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Posted on August 1, 2012 at 4:00pm

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At 4:45pm on October 25, 2011, Richard Smyer said…

You beat me to it! WDE and see you in a few weeks.

 

At 5:53pm on August 22, 2010, Cory B. Seidl said…
Thanks Stacy! War Eagle!
At 10:49pm on August 7, 2010, Erik Michael Lewis said…
Thanks Stacy!
At 11:33am on August 4, 2010, Steve Bryan said…
Thanks, Stacy. I'm actually working with the Triangle Auburn Club as a member-at-large on their executive committee. I came across this site as I was looking for resources for our club. Is there a place on this site (or another site) for club support? A few random things we are looking for are: a template for club websites and Auburn coloring books/pages we can give to kids at our football viewing parties. Also, who manages the Triangle Auburn Club page on this site? Looks like we need to make some updates, e.g. the club mission statement.
At 7:48am on August 4, 2010, James Christopher Smythe said…
Much appreciated! War Eagle!
At 9:41pm on August 2, 2010, Russell Wong said…
Stacy,

I will make it a point to reach out to the Los Angeles club and find out where they meet. I live in a section of town that is between Orange County and Downtown Los Angeles. So I really can go either way. I am kind of new to all of this, thanks for the assist.

War Eagle.
At 2:33pm on August 2, 2010, Lynne Hatcher said…
Thanks Stacy! War Eagle!
At 4:25pm on May 12, 2010, Shannon Bryant-Hankes said…
Hi Stacy, welcome to the network. We are so glad you are here. War Eagle!
 
 
 

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