- Through her job with College Station Park's and Recreation, Marci Rodgers is able to plan and coordinate activities specifically designed for seniors. Even though she works hard, she loves her job, and considers all those in her senior groups, her friends.
- Brenda Ponzio works for Elms Orthodontist. She's worked for Dr. Troy Elms for 20 years, but before that she also worked for Dr. Tom King for 20 years. In a day and age when people seem to job hop, Brenda's been a faithful employee who looks forward to going to work everyday.
- There are many faces of retirees throughout the Brazos Valley, but one of the more recognizable ones is that of Reveille VII. Miss Rev, as members of the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets call her, has championship papers up and down both sides of her line and now that she's retired, Reveille VII has no official obligations to the university.
- It's probably safe to say the pride we feel when we go to an Aggie football game is there because of one man's dedication and commitment to the Aggie Band. Colonel Joe Tom Haney led the band for many years and the march we associate with the band, The Noble Men of Kyle, was in fact written by Colonel Haney.
- Sister John, as she's called, joined the convent in Rome, and ever since this feisty Italian stepped foot in the Brazos Valley, she's truly touched the lives of all who've been around her. But before she arrived, she endured many hardships.
- Scouting in America was founded on February 8th, 1910 and since then, it's become one of the largest youth organizations in the country, with more than four million members. However, from all of those members, very few become Eagle Scouts, but of those that do earn the honor, all recall their scouting experience fondly and all say they will forever treasure their memories.