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Reveille VII, the mascot of Texas A&M University, will be retiring. In an announcement at the Sanders Corps Center on campus, university leaders said the collie dog had served in a capacity unlike any of the previous mascots, working a schedule filled with campus events, community gatherings and long trips across the country. The dog is considered the highest ranking member of the corps, and is called the First Lady of Aggieland. She also lives with Company E-2, and has a new handler assigned to her every year known as the mascot corporal.
lisa
February 14, 2008

Reveille VII, the mascot of Texas A&M University, will be retiring. In an announcement at the Sanders Corps Center on campus, university leaders said the collie dog had served in a capacity unlike any of the previous mascots, working a schedule filled with campus events, community gatherings and long trips across the country. The dog is considered the highest ranking member of the corps, and is called the First Lady of Aggieland. She also lives with Company E-2, and has a new handler assigned to her every year known as the mascot corporal.
lisa
February 14, 2008

Reveille VII, the mascot of Texas A&M University, will be retiring. In an announcement at the Sanders Corps Center on campus, university leaders said the collie dog had served in a capacity unlike any of the previous mascots, working a schedule filled with campus events, community gatherings and long trips across the country. The dog is considered the highest ranking member of the corps, and is called the First Lady of Aggieland. She also lives with Company E-2, and has a new handler assigned to her every year known as the mascot corporal.
lisa
February 14, 2008

Reveille VII, the mascot of Texas A&M University, will be retiring. In an announcement at the Sanders Corps Center on campus, university leaders said the collie dog had served in a capacity unlike any of the previous mascots, working a schedule filled with campus events, community gatherings and long trips across the country. The dog is considered the highest ranking member of the corps, and is called the First Lady of Aggieland. She also lives with Company E-2, and has a new handler assigned to her every year known as the mascot corporal.
lisa
February 14, 2008

Reveille VII, the mascot of Texas A&M University, will be retiring. In an announcement at the Sanders Corps Center on campus, university leaders said the collie dog had served in a capacity unlike any of the previous mascots, working a schedule filled with campus events, community gatherings and long trips across the country. The dog is considered the highest ranking member of the corps, and is called the First Lady of Aggieland. She also lives with Company E-2, and has a new handler assigned to her every year known as the mascot corporal.
lisa
February 14, 2008

Reveille VII, the mascot of Texas A&M University, will be retiring. In an announcement at the Sanders Corps Center on campus, university leaders said the collie dog had served in a capacity unlike any of the previous mascots, working a schedule filled with campus events, community gatherings and long trips across the country. The dog is considered the highest ranking member of the corps, and is called the First Lady of Aggieland. She also lives with Company E-2, and has a new handler assigned to her every year known as the mascot corporal.
lisa
February 14, 2008

Reveille VII, the mascot of Texas A&M University, will be retiring. In an announcement at the Sanders Corps Center on campus, university leaders said the collie dog had served in a capacity unlike any of the previous mascots, working a schedule filled with campus events, community gatherings and long trips across the country. The dog is considered the highest ranking member of the corps, and is called the First Lady of Aggieland. She also lives with Company E-2, and has a new handler assigned to her every year known as the mascot corporal.
lisa
February 14, 2008

Reveille VII, the mascot of Texas A&M University, will be retiring. In an announcement at the Sanders Corps Center on campus, university leaders said the collie dog had served in a capacity unlike any of the previous mascots, working a schedule filled with campus events, community gatherings and long trips across the country. The dog is considered the highest ranking member of the corps, and is called the First Lady of Aggieland. She also lives with Company E-2, and has a new handler assigned to her every year known as the mascot corporal.
lisa
February 14, 2008

Reveille VII, the mascot of Texas A&M University, will be retiring. In an announcement at the Sanders Corps Center on campus, university leaders said the collie dog had served in a capacity unlike any of the previous mascots, working a schedule filled with campus events, community gatherings and long trips across the country. The dog is considered the highest ranking member of the corps, and is called the First Lady of Aggieland. She also lives with Company E-2, and has a new handler assigned to her every year known as the mascot corporal.
lisa
February 14, 2008

Reveille VII, the mascot of Texas A&M University, will be retiring. In an announcement at the Sanders Corps Center on campus, university leaders said the collie dog had served in a capacity unlike any of the previous mascots, working a schedule filled with campus events, community gatherings and long trips across the country. The dog is considered the highest ranking member of the corps, and is called the First Lady of Aggieland. She also lives with Company E-2, and has a new handler assigned to her every year known as the mascot corporal.
lisa
February 14, 2008

Reveille VII, the mascot of Texas A&M University, will be retiring. In an announcement at the Sanders Corps Center on campus, university leaders said the collie dog had served in a capacity unlike any of the previous mascots, working a schedule filled with campus events, community gatherings and long trips across the country. The dog is considered the highest ranking member of the corps, and is called the First Lady of Aggieland. She also lives with Company E-2, and has a new handler assigned to her every year known as the mascot corporal.
lisa
February 14, 2008

Reveille VII, the mascot of Texas A&M University, will be retiring. In an announcement at the Sanders Corps Center on campus, university leaders said the collie dog had served in a capacity unlike any of the previous mascots, working a schedule filled with campus events, community gatherings and long trips across the country. The dog is considered the highest ranking member of the corps, and is called the First Lady of Aggieland. She also lives with Company E-2, and has a new handler assigned to her every year known as the mascot corporal.
lisa
February 14, 2008

Reveille VII, the mascot of Texas A&M University, will be retiring. In an announcement at the Sanders Corps Center on campus, university leaders said the collie dog had served in a capacity unlike any of the previous mascots, working a schedule filled with campus events, community gatherings and long trips across the country. The dog is considered the highest ranking member of the corps, and is called the First Lady of Aggieland. She also lives with Company E-2, and has a new handler assigned to her every year known as the mascot corporal.
lisa
February 14, 2008

Reveille VII, the mascot of Texas A&M University, will be retiring. In an announcement at the Sanders Corps Center on campus, university leaders said the collie dog had served in a capacity unlike any of the previous mascots, working a schedule filled with campus events, community gatherings and long trips across the country. The dog is considered the highest ranking member of the corps, and is called the First Lady of Aggieland. She also lives with Company E-2, and has a new handler assigned to her every year known as the mascot corporal.
lisa
February 14, 2008

Reveille VII, the mascot of Texas A&M University, will be retiring. In an announcement at the Sanders Corps Center on campus, university leaders said the collie dog had served in a capacity unlike any of the previous mascots, working a schedule filled with campus events, community gatherings and long trips across the country. The dog is considered the highest ranking member of the corps, and is called the First Lady of Aggieland. She also lives with Company E-2, and has a new handler assigned to her every year known as the mascot corporal.
lisa
February 14, 2008
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