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Check out these club events happening now:

  • Polk County Auburn Club A-Day Watch Party

    It starts here... join us for our A-Day Game Watch Party on Saturday, April 19, at 3:00 p.m., and get a sneak peak at the 2014 Auburn Tigers! We'll meet at the Lakeland Ale House, 5650 South Florida Avenue, Lakeland[…]

  • Dallas-Ft.Worth Auburn Club A-Day Watch Party

    Please join us and  bring your family, friends and kids to Buffalo Wild Wings in Irving this Saturday, April 19th, to cheer on our Tigers against our Ourselves! This gathering event is for our Annual A Day game in Auburn.[…]

  • Auburn A-Day Watch Party and Scholarship Drive.

    War Eagle Y'all, Hope everyone had a great winter and now that spring is upon us it is time for the annual Auburn A-Day Spring Football Practice Game. We will be meeting at Big Wang's at noon on Saturday April[…]

  • Houston Auburn Club A-Day Watch Party

    Come watch the 2014 A-Day game with the Houston Auburn Family at Midtown DrinkeryTime:April 19, 2014 from 2pm to 5pmLocation:Midtown Drinkery Street:2416 Brazos St. City/Town:Houston Website or Map:http://www.greaterhoustonaubu… Export to Outlook or iCal (.ics)



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Rooms have been reserved at The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center, 241 South College Street, Auburn, Alabama, conveniently located two doors down from the Auburn Alumni Center. Check-in begins at 3:00 p.m. CST and check-out is noon CST.

Auburn Club Leadership Conference participants will receive the special rate of $104 per night for a Deluxe King or Standard Double. To make reservations, call 1-800-2AUBURN or 334-821-8200, or for online reservations click here.

Please book your room by Monday, January 6; after this date, hotel reservations will be accepted on a space and rate-availability basis only.

To receive the special rate when making reservations by phone, please be sure to mention you are attending the Auburn Club Leadership Conference.

 
 

2013 Auburn Football Game Watching Locations

State
Location
Contact
 
Arizona
 
Phoenix Metro
Cold Beers & Cheeseburgers
4222 N. Scottsdale Road
Scottsdale, AZ
(480) 941-2747
Andy Shortal
(678) 595-9704
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California
 
Orange County
Buffalo Wild Wings
Rockfield Blvd
Lake Forest, CA
(949) 588-9464
Mike Panza
(714) 380-9629
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Los Angeles
Big Wangs
1562 N Cahuenga
Hollywood, CA 90028
(323) 469-2442
Chris Ciffullo
(310) 663-1241
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Northern CA-San Francisco
Nick's Crispy Tacos/Rouge
1500 Broadway
San Francisco, CA
(415) 409-8226
Jim Bowden
(916) 348-7239
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Northern CA-East Bay
Ricky's Sports Theatre and Grill
15028 Hesperian Blvd
San Leandro, CA
(510) 317-0200
Jim Bowden
 
Northern CA-Pleasant Hill
Magoos Bar and Grill
1250 Contra Costa Blvd
Pleasant Hill, CA
(925) 708-5337
Jim Bowden
 
Northern CA-Sacramento
Home of Jim Hannegref
216 Saint Basil Court
Roseville, CA 95747
(916) 276-9665
Jim Hannegref
216 Saint Basil Court
Roseville, CA 95747
(916) 276-9665
 
San Diego
Champion Field
10492 Clairemont Mesa Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92124
(858) 292-2300
 
Colorado
 
Rocky Mountain
The Irish Snug
1201 East Colfax Avenue
Denver, CO 80218
Holly Johnson
(706) 264-2385
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Florida
 
Tampa
Lee Roy Selmon's
4302 Boy Scout Blvd.
South Tampa, FL 33607
(813) 871-3287
 
Gold Coast
Duffy's Sporty Grille
401 North Federal Hwy
Deerfield Beach, FL 33441
(954) 429-8820
Brian Davis
(561) 756-5550
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Emerald Coast
Fudpucker's On the Island
1318 Miracle Strip Parkway
Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548
(850) 244-0404
Andrew Gosnell
(850) 974-1492
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Orlando
MVP'S Clubhouse and Restaurant
8965 Conroy Windermere Road
Orlando, FL 32819
(407) 217-6877
Buck Miller
(407) 496-3456
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West Florida
Helen Back Sports Café
22 S. Palafox Place
Pensacola, FL
(850) 912-8644
Jim O'Connor
(850) 450-3356
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Georgia
 
Atlanta-Buckhead/Brookhaven/Lenox
The Bucket Shop Café
3475 Lenox Rd NE #220
(404) 261-9244
Doug Neal
(404) 374-6494
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Atlanta-Virginia Highlands
Diesel Filling Station
870 N Highland Ave
(404) 815-1820
 
 
Atlanta-Chastain Park/Roswell Road/Sandy Springs
Twisted Taco
4629 Wieuca Road
Atlanta, GA 303042
(678) 720-9732
 
 
Atlanta-Smyrna
Twisted Taco Smyrna
4624 Camp Highland Rd SE
Smyrna, GA
(678) 741-5900
 
 
Golden Isles
Palm Coast Coffee
318 Mallory Street
St. Simons Island, GA 31522
(912) 634-7515
Please RSVP to (912) 230-9658
J.R. Wright
912-230-9658
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Savannah
Dub's
225 West River Street
Savannah GA 31401
(912) 200-3652
 
Kansas
 
Kansas
Buffalo Wild Wings
13749 Metcalf Avenue
Overland Park, KS 66233
(913) 227-4688
Mark Wren
(913) 957-0404
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Kentucky
 
Bluegrass
Roosters
124 Marketplace Dr
Lexington, KY 40503
(859) 449-7737
Kaye Hughes
(859) 509-1486
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Louisiana
 
New Orleans
Manning's
519 Fulton Street
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
(504) 593-8118
Jeff Messina
(504) 388-2291
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Massachusetts
 
New England
Tavern in the Square Central
730 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02139-3335
(617) 868-8800
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Nevada
 
Las Vegas
Steiner’s Pub
8168 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV
(702)-214-6700
Herbert Arnold
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New York
 
New York
Tavern on Third
380 3rd Avenue
New York, NY
(212) 300-4046
Jonathan Graves
(917) 596-8855
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New York
Spillover Location #1:
Van Diemens
383 3rd Ave (27th/28th Street)
(Directly Across the street from Tavern on Third)
 
New York
Spillover Location #2:
Bar 515
515 3rd Ave (34th/35th Street)
 
North Carolina
 
Charlotte
Dilworth Neighorhood Grille
911 E. Morehead Street
Charlotte, NC 28204
(704) 377-3808
Eric Thompson
(704) 615-2051
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Triangle Area
Napper Tandy’s
126 N. West Street
Raleigh, NC 27603
(919) 833-5535
Matthew Biesecker
(919) 599-9609
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Piedmont Area/High Point
Legends Bar at the Clarion
415 S. Swing Road
(at I-40 and Guilford College Road)
between Greensboro and Winston-Salem
Greensboro, NC 27409
Whit Brame
336-553-8028
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Pennsylvania
 
Philadelphia
Cavanaugh’s
119 S. 39th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
(215) 386-4889
Kurt Sehn
(609) 304-4169
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South Carolina
 
Lowcountry
3 Matadors Tequileria
2447 Ashley River Road
Charleston, SC 29414
(843) 414-7894
Raven Askew
(850) 516-1260
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Tennessee
 
Chattanooga
Nooga Smoke House and Grille
301 Signal Mountain Road
Chattanooga, TN 37405
(423) 752-1935
John McAnnally
(423) 756-2710
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Ooltewah
Beef O’Brady’s
5958 Snow Hill Road, Suite 100
Ooltewah, TN 37363
(423) 910-0261
 
 
Texas
 
Austin
Abel's on the Lake
3825 Lake Austin Road
Austin, TX 78703
(512) 904-0570
Bogue Smith
(512) 482-8822
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Dallas-Fort Worth
Buffalo Wild Wings
1200 Market Pl Blvd
Irving, TX 75063
(972) 432-0011
Ron Battaglia
(214) 802-5828
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Houston
Midtown Drinkery
2416 Brazos Street
Houston, TX 77006
(713) 870-4506
Dion Aviki
(334) 559-3466
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Virginia
 
Richmond
Hurley's Tavern
4028-J Cox Road
Glen Allen, VA 23060
(804) 433-3332
http://hurleystavern.com
Emily Lowry
(804) 426-3952
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Washington
 
Seattle
Buckley’s on Queen Anne
232 1st Avenue West
Seattle, WA 98119
(206) 691-0232
Brian Beattie
(206) 372-6762
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Washington DC
 
DC
BlackFinn Ameripub
2750 Gallows Road
Vienna, VA 22180
703-207-0100
Susan D'Antoni
(707) 249-2426
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CLC 2013

RECOGNITION OF AUBURN CLUBS WITH THEIR FIRST SCHOLARSHIP IN 2012


NEVER TO YIELD

The Never to Yield Award goes to a club that persisted and persevered in cultivating its donors to give. This particular journey took about four years to complete, but was well worth the trip as they now have more than $100,000 of market value in their endowed scholarship fund . The Never to Yield award goes to the:


TOP "FIVE" CONTRIBUTORS TO THE 2012 MATCHING FUNDS PROGRAM

This program was created to encourage the fundraising efforts of Auburn Clubs from April 1- August 31, 2012 by matching dollar for dollar, up to a combined total match of $250,000. The minimum threshold for funds to be matched was $1,500 and the maximum was $10,000 (17 clubs were able to donate a level to get the maximum). These matching funds were deposited directly into the club's annual or endowed scholarship fund. The total amount contributed by the clubs as a part of this program was $327,690. Six new scholarships were directly created out of this program. When I call out the top five contributors to this program, will one member of the club please stand and be recognized.


NEW ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

Seventeen clubs gave a twenty-five thousand dollar commitment in 2012, the minimum amount required to start a full endowment. These clubs are:


NEW ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP

Three clubs made a commitment in 2012 to provide a minimum annual contribution of $1,000 for a new annual scholarship


GREATEST NUMBER OF SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS BY A SINGLE CLUB

The following three clubs awarded the most scholarships in 2012:


ONE-THIRD TUITION SCHOLARSHIP AWARD

The one-third scholarship award takes an all in effort. The following clubs awarded a one-third out-of-state annual tuition scholarships in 2012, which had a value of $9,446. These clubs are:


Above and Beyond Scholarship Award

Our Above and Beyond award is being presented to a club that awarded TWO one third out-of-state annual tuition scholarships! More than eighteen thousand dollars was split between two very lucky Auburn students. The Above and Beyond award goes to the


TOP DONOR AWARD

The following clubs are being recognized for contributing $15,000 or more to their annual or endowed scholarship funds in 2012. These clubs are:

Annual Scholarships

Endowment Scholarships


SPECIAL RECOGNITION OF THE "CENTURY" LEVEL ENDOWMENTS

Four of our 98 Auburn clubs are members of this very prestigious group, which recognizes donors to Auburn University that have contributed or endowments that have a market value of more than $100,000 (cumulative) to Auburn University. The tremendous work you are doing to support scholarships at Auburn is making a significant impact on the lives of many students. When your name is called please come forward to receive a certificate of appreciation.

(NOTE: MARKET VALUES OF FUNDS AS OF 11/30/12)


 

AUBURN ALUMNI IN ACTION

The goal of our Auburn Alumni in Action nationwide community service week is to spread the Auburn spirit to communities from coast to coast. The following 16 clubs participated in our second annual week of Auburn Alumni in Action held in October. Please stand and be recognized as your club name is announced. Certificates can be picked up following the conclusion of the program.

 

MOST OUTSTANDING CLUB EVENT

Recognizes the club with the most creative, non-traditional event and/or fundraiser in the last year. The committee is looking for a new twist to a traditional event; a new, exciting event; an event that includes a diverse group of alumni; etc.

First Runner-up: Georgia Mountains Auburn Club

Winner: New York Auburn Club

The New York Auburn Club partnered with Capital Sports Entertainment to host Bo Jackson's kick off of Bo Bikes Bama, his fundraising event to raise a million dollars for the relief efforts following the devastating tornados that ripped through Alabama in 2011. The club hosted an entire evening of events and every club member who attended had a picture made with Bo. Bo also autographed an Auburn football, for the club which was raffled. More than $750 was collected for the club's new endowment.


MOST OUTSTANDING COMMUNITY SERVICE

Recognizes the club that best represents Auburn University and the Auburn Alumni Association by giving back to its community

First Runner-up: West Georgia Auburn Club

Winner: Georgia Mountains Auburn Club


The Georgia Mountains Auburn Club logged more than 7,500 hours of community service in 2012. Just a few of their many projects include volunteering at the Big Canoe Animal Rescue, the Food Bank and Thrift Store of Pickens County, Young Life, Habitat for Humanity, the Christmas Blessing Program, the Good Samaritan Health and Wellness Center, a free clinic in Pickens County, and assisting with the Big Canoe Tour of Homes, an event that raised more than $100,000 for various area charities. The club also collected school supplies for the children at Tate Elementary School.


MEMBERSHIP UNITY

All 98 of our clubs are now part of Membership Unity and are eligible to win the 2012 Membership Unity Challenge. A total of 48 clubs received commissions in 2012, resulting in more than $3,302 given back to club scholarships. The clubs with the largest percentage of coded Membership Unity applications turned in are:

First Runner-up: Cullman County Auburn Club (1.15%)

Winner: Shoals Area Auburn Club (1.30%)


MOST OUTSTANDING SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

recognizes a club that has excelled in fundraising promotion efforts, as well as recognition of scholarship recipients in their area

First runner-up: Shoals Area Auburn Club

Winner: Greater Birmingham Auburn Club

The Greater Birmingham Auburn Club funds twelve endowments. In 2012, a total of $44, 200 was added to the endowments, collectively. In addition to these scholarships, the club also awards monetary gifts to six organizations on the Auburn campus, including the Aubie program, AU Singers, cheerleaders, the university band program, War Eagle Girls and Plainsmen, and the AU Tiger Paws Dance Team.


MOST OUTSTANDING AUBURN ALUMNI IN ACTION COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECT

• Recognizes the club that completed a project during the Auburn Alumni in Action week that best represents Auburn University and the Auburn Alumni Association by giving back to its community

First Runner-up: New York Auburn Club

Winner: Greater Houston Auburn Club

By October, the Auburn football program was really struggling and many clubs were looking for ways to encourage the players and coaches. The Greater Houston Auburn Club held an event where they collected "sticky" supplies to go along with their theme of "Sticking Together Because We Believe in Auburn and Love It!" Glue sticks, tape, bottled glue, rubber cement, and Post-it notes were just some of the items donated. The club wrote handwritten notes of support to players and coaches and included them in a box of supplies that was shipped to the athletic department with instructions for the team to keep the notes, but to donate the supplies to the Auburn City Schools. The rest of the supplies were donated to Houston Children's Charity, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for Houston's underserved, abused and disabled children.


MOST OUTSTANDING COMMUNICATION

Recognizes the club showing an outstanding effort to communicate with its club members, Auburn Alumni Association, and their community. Communication includes, but is not limited to, direct mail, e-mail, telephone calls, newsletter, social media and website.

First Runner-up: Huntsville-Madison County Auburn Club

Winner: Emerald Coast Auburn Club

The Emerald Coast Auburn Club began 2012 by sending out a survey to its membership asking for input on events as well as preferred methods of communication. One hundred percent of those who responded preferred email as the best means of communication, with Facebook a distant second. Website and the local newspaper ranked much lower. Many of those who responded to the survey suggested an e-newsletter…and the club listened, and launched Tiger Tales, a quarterly newsletter. Back issues of the newsletter can be found on the club's website.


MOST OUTSTANDING YOUNG ALUMNI PROGRAM

Recognizes a club's outstanding efforts to cultivated Young Alumni involvement in their local club, shaping tomorrow's leaders

First Runner-up: Greater Birmingham Auburn Club

Winner: Emerald Coast Auburn Club

The Emerald Coast Auburn Club Young Alumni kicked their year off with an evening at the BOTE paddleboards store on the Destin Harbor, a business owned by a young couple, both Auburn graduates. The club had a large turnout of young alumni, several new to the club, and enjoyed time to meet and greet. The Young Alumni also grilled hamburgers and hotdogs for the club's Freshmen Sendoff. In the fall, the group took boats to Crab Island, a local hangout on the water, where they gathered at a sports bar to network and discuss the upcoming football season. The casual meeting spots have generated new interest for the young alumni group. The group also maintains a Facebook page.


MOST OUTSTANDING CLUB LEADER

Recognizes outstanding leadership of a club officer selected from nominations submitted by their respective club.

First Runner-up: Rob Crabtree, Greater Birmingham Auburn Club

Winner: Jerry Rigby, West Georgia Auburn Club

Jerry Rigby, though not an Auburn graduate, is one of the most dedicated Auburn people you will ever know. For years, he has worked tirelessly for the West Georgia Auburn Club providing guidance and unwavering support and influence. Jerry embodies the Auburn spirit, not just with his enthusiasm for all things Auburn, especially the West Georgia club, but also in his home community of LaGrange as well as his adopted home in Auburn. He has been instrumental in working with the Callaway Foundation, which matches the club's fundraising dollars. The club surprised Jerry, a life member of the alumni association this year with the very first Jerry Rigby Spirit of Auburn Award, which will be presented annually to the club member who "…lives daily the spirit of our Auburn family, exemplified by their actions, support of family, community and Auburn University.


PRESENTATION OF ACE LEVELS (Auburn Club Excellence)

The ACE program was developed to honor clubs that strive for excellence in meeting the highest standards set by the Auburn Alumni Association. Our goal is for all clubs to meet the standards of ACE. The War Eagle level recognizes clubs that met all minimum requirements in 2012. The True & Blue Tiger, the second highest level, recognizes clubs that met all of the "10 Commitments of an Auburn Club." The highest level is the All Auburn, All Orange which recognizes clubs that went above and beyond the "10 Commitments of an Auburn Club" in 2012.
We will begin with the third highest level:

WAR EAGLE (third highest level)

Autauga County Auburn Club
Baldwin County Auburn Club
Calhoun/Cleburne Counties Auburn Club
Chilton County Auburn Club
Carpet Capital Auburn Club (GA)
Clarke/Washington Counties Auburn Club
Charlotte Auburn Club
Coweta/Fayette Counties Auburn Club
Dallas/Fort Worth Auburn Club
Derby City Auburn Club (KY)
Florida West Coast Auburn Club (FL)
Golden Isles Auburn Club (GA)
Greater Houston Auburn Club
Greater Nashville Auburn Club
Lanierland Auburn Club (GA)
Los Angeles Auburn Club
Marengo County Auburn Club
McIntosh Area Auburn Club (GA)
Mobile County Auburn Club
Monroe County Auburn Club
Palmetto Auburn Club (SC)
Randolph County Auburn Club
St Louis Auburn Club
Southwest Georgia Auburn Club (GA)
Tampa Bay Auburn Club
D.C. (Washington) Auburn Club

TRUE & BLUE TIGER (second highest level)

Barbour County Auburn Club
Columbus/Phenix City Auburn Club
Georgia Mountains Auburn Club
Lee County Auburn Club
Lowcountry Auburn Club (SC)
Memphis Auburn Club
Montgomery Auburn Club
Mississippi Gulf Coast Auburn Club
New York Auburn Club
Philadelphia Auburn Club
Wiregrass Auburn Club


ALL AUBURN – ALL ORANGE (highest level)

Atlanta Auburn Club
Cullman County Auburn Club
Emerald Coast Auburn Club (FL)
Greater Birmingham Auburn Club
Huntsville/Madison County Auburn Club
Shoals Area Auburn Club
West Georgia Auburn Club

 

 

Auburn Clubs On the Map

Can't find an Auburn Club near you?

To inquire about chartering an Auburn Club in your area, contact Taylor Logan at at 334.844.7420 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Does membership in the association include membership in my local club? As of October 2011, all clubs became participants in membership unity, meaning membership in the association includes free membership in your local club. To find out if your local club is part of membership unity, click the "Membership Unity" tab above.

*Dark blue indicates states with Auburn Clubs. To access a full club listing go to www.auaburnclubs.org.

Disclaimer: Auburn Clubs are not to be solicited for any purpose. To contact all Auburn Clubs, please contact Taylor Logan at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 334.844.7420

Check out the Auburn Club blog

Follow the blog and stay connected with Auburn alumni through our nationwide network of Auburn Clubs.

Establish an Auburn Club

The Auburn Alumni Association serves chartered Auburn clubs nationwide. The policy for Auburn Clubs is set forth in Article XV of the by-laws of the Association, and available upon request to the Office of Alumni Affairs.

Chartered Clubs

A chartered Auburn Club is one that has met all the prescribed requirements of the association. To be considered for a chartered club, the club area must have a minimum of 250 alumni within a 50 mile radius, and 50 active dues payers in the Auburn Alumni Association. Other charter establishment requirements are set forth in the Auburn Club Charter Credentials. Once the requirements have been met, the club will be recognized through the issuance of a club charter. The Office of Alumni Affairs supports such clubs by providing the resources and services described under the heading "Alumni Association Assistance."

For more information, contact Taylor Logan at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 334.844.7420.

Geographical Limit

An Auburn Club can be located anywhere in the nation or world. However, it is the policy of the Association to charter only those clubs where there are 250 or more alumni within a 50 mile geographical radius.

Application Procedure

The Office of Alumni Affairs must receive five or more letters from alumni in a prospective club area. These letters should indicate an interest in organizing an Auburn Club and a willingness to serve in a leadership position to make this organization possible. Any such group should apply to the Director of Auburn Clubs. Upon receiving the minimum letters of application, and determining that the proposed club area meets the geographic and alumni requirements, the Office of Alumni Affairs will conduct an organizational meeting which will create the framework for an unchartered Auburn Club. Following completion of requirements stated in the Governing Guidelines and Auburn Club Charter Credentials, the charter for an Auburn Club will be issued. Formal presentation of the club charter will be made at the annual Association meeting, usually Homecoming weekend.

Name of Club

It is the policy of the Association to require that the name of the Auburn Club reflect its geographical location. That is, each local Auburn Club shall be known as the (name of city, county, or area to be inserted) Auburn Club.

Membership

An Auburn Club is for all Auburn alumni and friends. The Auburn Alumni Association is dependent upon dues-paying members to provide the necessary financial support to help carry on the services and programs required for an effective Auburn Club Program. According to Section 5 of the Policy for Auburn Clubs included in the by-laws of the Auburn Alumni Association, active membership in an Auburn Club shall be limited to the active members of the Auburn Alumni Association. All club officers must be active dues-paying members of the National Alumni Association, but the by-laws of any club provide that worthy and loyal friends who are not alumni may become associate members of the local club. All clubs should promote this effort, since Auburn has tremendous non-alumni support from people across the state, region, and nation.

Follow your local club

Access Auburn alumni clubs throughout the nation on auburnclubs.org. Auburn Clubs is an important and useful way to stay connected with your alumni.

Join a club group, chat online, find all club meetings and upload your own photos and videos. Be a part of the Auburn Club community today!

Alabama
Autauga County Auburn Club, Baldwin County Auburn Club, Barbour County Auburn Club, Blount County Auburn Club, Butler County Auburn Club, Calhoun/Cleburne Counties Auburn Club, Cherokee County Auburn Club, Chilton County Auburn Club, Clarke-Washington Auburn Club, Crenshaw County Auburn Club, Cullman County Auburn Club, Dale County Auburn Club, Dekalb County Auburn Club, Elmore County Auburn Club, Escambia County Auburn Club, Etowah County Auburn Club, Greater Birmingham Auburn Club, Greater Valley Area Auburn Club, Huntsville-Madison County Auburn Club, Jackson County Auburn Club, Lee County Auburn Club, Lower Alabama Auburn Club, Marengo County Auburn Club, Marshall County Auburn Club, Mobile Auburn Club, Monroe County Auburn Club, Montgomery Auburn Club, North Alabama Auburn Club, Randolph County Auburn Club, Shoals Area Auburn Club, West Alabama Auburn Club, Walker County Auburn Club, Wilcox County Auburn Club, Wiregrass Auburn Club

Auburn clubs in the U.S.

Arizona
Phoenix Metro Auburn Club

California
Los Angeles Auburn Club, Northern California Auburn Club, Orange County Auburn Club, San Diego Auburn Club

Colorado
Rocky Mountain Auburn Club

District of Columbia
DC Auburn Club

Florida
Emerald Coast Auburn Club, Florida West Coast Auburn Club, Gold Coast Auburn Club, Orlando Area Auburn Club, Spaceport Auburn Club, Tallahassee Auburn Club, Tampa Bay Auburn Club, Auburn Club of West Florida

Georgia
Atlanta Auburn Club, Carpet Capital Auburn Club, Columbus/Phenix City Auburn Club, Coweta-Fayette Auburn Club, Georgia Mountains Auburn Club, Golden Isles Auburn Club, Greater Athens Auburn Club, Greater Augusta Auburn Club, Lanierland Auburn Club, McIntosh Area Auburn Club, Northwest Georgia Auburn Club, Savannah Auburn Club, Southwest Georgia Auburn Club, West Georgia Auburn Club

llinois
Chicago Auburn Club

Kansas
Kansas City Auburn Club

Kentucky
Derby City Auburn Club

Louisiana
New Orleans Auburn Club

Mississippi
Central Mississippi Auburn Club, Golden Triangle Auburn Club, Mississippi Gulf Coast Auburn Club

Missouri
St. Louis Auburn Club

New York
New York Auburn Club

North Carolina
Cape Fear Auburn Club, Charlotte Auburn Club, Triangle Area Auburn Club

Oklahoma
Oklahoma City Auburn Club

Oregon
Pacific Northwest Auburn Club

Pennsylvania
Philadelphia Auburn Club

Massachusetts
New England Area Auburn Club

South Carolina
Columbia-Midlands Auburn Club, Lowcountry Auburn Club, Palmetto Auburn Club

Tennessee
Greater Nashville Auburn Club, Memphis Area Auburn Club, Smoky Mountain Auburn Club, Chattanooga Auburn Club

Texas
Austin Auburn Club
, Dallas/ Ft. Worth Auburn Club, Greater Houston Auburn Club, Lone Star Auburn Club

Virginia
Richmond Auburn Club

Washington
Seattle Auburn Club

 

November Club Officer of the Month

Ben Lawson '92Ben Lawson ’92, president & secretary, Florida West Coast Auburn Club

Ben Lawson, president and secretary of the Florida West Coast Auburn Club in the Sarasota, Fla., area, has been an active part of his club for the past 13 years. Ben served as vice-president before taking the reins as president.

“Being an active part of the Florida West Coast Auburn Club has given me an opportunity to promote Auburn University on the Florida Suncoast,” Ben said. “It has also enhanced my creative abilities.”

Ben is most proud of his opportunity to represent Auburn University at the Manatee County Post-Secondary Education Night, a college recruiting venue held in his area. He is also proud of the reinstatement of the Jo Ann Davis Thorpe (’58) Honorary Scholarship. The annual award is given each year to a deserving student in the Manatee/Sarasota area school systems. In 2012-13, $3,000 was awarded to an incoming freshman at Auburn.

Ben is in his 18th year as a speech and language pathologist for the school board of Manatee County. In his spare time, he serves as the clinical education unit (CEU) coordinator for the Suncoast Speech and Hearing Association and volunteers in the ministries of Sarasota Christian Church.

Ben comes from a long line of Auburn graduates, including his grandmother, Rebecca Reaves Lawson ’52, father Dr. Benjamin F. Lawson ’53, an uncle, Charles Newman ’56, two aunts, Rebecca Lawson ’56 and Martha Lawson ’47, and two cousins, Elizabeth Newman ’92 and Wesley Newman ’94.

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