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04 Jun 2019 6:58 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Who enjoyed seeing all the Brat fun at the reunion in Phoenix? As you might imagine, your ABI Board puts a lot of effort into organizing these events for the Brat community. You may not realize it, but ABI is run by Brats just like you.

Have a great idea that you would like to help get implemented? Interested in volunteering for the Aramco Brats, Inc. Board of Directors? Future volunteers are needed for the 2019-2021 term. Submit your volunteer interest form online today!

Appointed Positions

The following positions are appointed by the elected officers on November 1, 2019:

  • At Large Director

  • Database Director

  • Nominations Director

  • Publications Director

  • Reunion Oversight Director

  • Website Director

Responsibilities for board positions are outlined here. Most volunteer work is done via conference call and/or by email in approximately 1-3 hours per month. The board meets in person twice per term - once at the reunion and once during the off-year. Time commitment and meeting frequency increase with the planning cycle for the biennial Brat Reunion.

To be considered for any of the positions above, submit your nomination online now. If you’ve submitted an interest form before 2017, we welcome you to resubmit so we know you’re still available.

If you are interested in learning more about becoming an ABI Board Member or volunteering in a short-term capacity, please contact us!


  • 05 Jun 2019 3:23 PM | Anonymous member
    I am interested in being a "senior representative". I realize there isn't such a job title, but I am a retired RN and actively involved with non-profit organizations in the Mexican city where I live. I work to improve the quality of life of both Mexicans and the expats with whom I share this town. That being said, I was very dissatisfied with the last reunion. Some issues I have mentioned on other posts, such as the resort venue which I felt kept us from connecting to each other. There is one huge issue I want to get off of my chest, and I hope this is the proper place to say it. The welcome reception was a disaster. My most important concern was the overcrowding of the restaurant. I still feel I should have called the fire department and reported the over capacity crowd. I am glad whoever chose this restaurant doesn't have to live with a death of one of us on his/her conscience. I know damn well if one of us had had a cardiac incident, the EMTs could not have gotten through the crowd to save that person. Did the persons deciding to have the welcome event at The Hole in the Wall realize there were going to be over 200 people present that Friday night? I've been told there were 600 of us registered so why wasn't a venue chosen that could hold that potential number? Why put us in a dangerous situation? Did anyone check what the max capacity was for that restaurant? Do I need to mention the poor quality of food and that there wasn't enough food for all of us? There are some of us, retired and on fixed incomes, who must save for something special like a Brat reunion. I count on those free meals. Yes, it's sad I'm not wealthy but I am not alone. That's another question in a survey that should be proffered to our Brat family. How important are the two meals offered with our reunion floos? In conclusion, I would like to see a survey with questions for all ages of Brats that would help the planning committee make decisions. I'll tell you one thing for certain. If I am ever put in a situation where the overcrowding is a danger to anyone of us, I will call authorities. Thank you for reading my thoughts.
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    • 18 Jun 2019 9:53 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
      We are sorry to hear your reunion was such a disappointment, but we appreciate your taking the time to give us your thoughts. We will take it into consideration.
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