Baltimore/DC Clemson Club – Wreaths Across America

Wreaths Across America – December 16

We will return this December to volunteer with Wreaths Across America to Remember, Honor and Teach by placing wreaths on tombstones in Arlington National Cemetery and other local locations.  This opportunity is open to everyone, and all are encouraged to attend including family and friends.  The wreaths are provided, but we need many hands to help. This is a free event.  RSVP to

CAFLS Tailgate

Join us for CAFLS Tailgate, Saturday, November 18!

Plans are underway for the SC Farm Bureau CAFLS Tailgate 2017 which will be held on Saturday, November 18!  This is the Citadel football gameday and our doors will open 3 hours prior to scheduled kick-off in Fike Recreation Center.  You can purchase your meal tickets and tshirts online.  If you order is placed by November 13 your meal tickets will be mailed to you otherwise they will be available for pick up at the registration table the day of the event.

A limited number of alumni block football game tickets are available for purchase beginning July 12 at 5pm.  These are first-come, first serve so please get them as soon as possible.  To purchase block tickets, visit and select the Promotional Code Entry link under the Tickets tab.  Enter “cafls” as the promotional code.  Game ticket questions can be directed to the Athletic Ticket Office by calling 1-800-CLEMSON.

For questions regarding CAFLS Tailgate, contact Sennah Honea at or 864-656-8998.

CAFLS Youth Day

CAFLS Youth Day is held in conjunction with CAFLS Tailgate each year.  We invite your FFA or 4H group to participate.  Ticket price is $60 per participant and includes a CAFLS Tailgate meal ticket, t-shirt and football game ticket.   Your meal tickets, football tickets and t-shirts will be available for pickup at Fike Recreation Center on the day of the event.  Football and event parking are not included and will be on your own.

Download the CAFLS Youth Day Registration form here!

A BIG thank you to our 2017 CAFLS Tailgate Sponsors!

Clemson in the Lowcountry Mealclub Meeting

1st Meeting – November 9th
Please mark your calendars for our first meeting of the year on Thursday, November 9th starting at 6:00 PM and lasting until about 8:30 PM at The Cooper River Room (Memorial Waterfront Park, 99 Harry Hallman, Jr. Blvd. , Mount Pleasant, SC 29464.

Clemson: Evolving Through the Years
We will be welcoming the University’s Historian, Dr. Jerry Reel, Jr.  Clemson’s historian since 2002, Jerry Reel has quite a history with the university himself. His career at Clemson went from potentially short-lived to one as honored professor and academic leader for 50 years. The New Orleans native began putting down his roots in Clemson when, shortly after earning his bachelor’s degree in art history and literature and master’s in history from Mississippi Southern College (now the University of Southern Mississippi). He accepted a faculty position with Clemson in 1963. He was an instructor, then quickly advanced to assistant and associate professor, before being named professor of history in 1971. By then, he had become hooked on Clemson life. He is active in Fort Hill Presbyterian Church and served as adviser to Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity for more than 25 years. Students nominated him as a Clemson University Alumni Master Teacher in 1975.

Whether you’ve been a member for 20 years or are not familiar with Clemson in the Lowcountry at all, we encourage you to join us this year as either a:

  1. Member – $100 for all 4 meetings (including dinner)
  2. Guest for $30 per event (including dinner)


If you would prefer a different payment method, please contact Bubba Britton at the Clemson Alumni Association at 864-325-3051 or  Your membership fee helps cover the cost of the meeting venues, meals for each meeting, and student scholarships sponsored by the club.

Triangle Clemson Club – Pre-Game Tailgate

The Triangle Clemson Alumni Club is pleased to announce a Pre-Game Tailgate Event for the NC State game on November 4, 2017. Triangle Clemson Club cordially invites all visiting Tiger Fans to join us for the event, which will start at TBD on Saturday, November 4, 2017. At this time the game time has not been announced. Updated information will be distributed when game time is announced. All proceeds of the pre-game event will benefit our scholarship program for future Clemson University students.

The event will be held at Backyard Bistro (919-851-6203) located at 1235 Hurricane Alley Way, Raleigh, NC 27607, which is within walking distance of the stadium. Backyard Bistro has significant experience with hosting events such as the one we are planning. Bring all your Clemson friends and family and wear your Solid Orange!

The event will feature:

– A chance to Meet and Greet fellow and visiting alumni from all over the country who are coming to Raleigh for the N.C. State game;

– All-You-Can-Eat food and all non-alcoholic beverages;

– (2) alcoholic beverage tickets for each paying adult customer for popular beer brands and cider (additional beverage tickets can be purchased at $3.00 apiece with your event ticket);

– Live entertainment provided by the Page 6 Band;

The cost of the event (food, beverages and live entertainment) is as follows:

– Adults (21 and over) – $50
– Children (10-20) – $20
– Children (9 and under) – Free
– Additional Alcoholic Drink Tickets – $3/each

All day parking will be available 5 hours prior to kickoff at Backyard Bistro for $10. Additional spaces can be found at the NC State Fairgrounds, Governor James B. Hunt Horse Complex and Cardinal Gibbons High School.

Wrist bands will be issued to all paying attendees and will be required for admission to the event. There will be no ticket sales at the door.

For further information, please contact Club President, Adrienne Kerchner ’00 at (703) 577-1169 with any questions or email at We look forward to seeing all visiting Clemson fans at the pre-game event. Again, at this time, we cannot yet announce the start time due to television network considerations. Updated information will be distributed when the game time is announced. We are looking forward to seeing you at Backyard Bistro. Thanks for your support of this event and our efforts to raise money for future Clemson student scholarships.

Go Tigers!

Baltimore/DC Clemson Club – Indian Embassy Reception (Sold Out)

Indian Embassy Reception – November 1
Welcome to India! His Excellency Ambassador Navtej Sarna invites the Clemson Club to spend an evening at the Embassy of India on historic Embassy Row. Guests will enjoy traditional Indian cuisine, beer and wine while celebrating Clemson’s rich history with India. *Please note that this event is sold out.*

Fall Band Party

The Clemson Young Alumni Council, IPTAY, and Clemson Alumni Association are excited to announce the 6th annual Clemson Fall Band Party presented by Endeavor on Friday, October 27 in a NEW location in Greenville!

When making your plans for the Georgia Tech game, plan to make a stop through Greenville Friday night on your way to Tiger Town – you can enjoy catching up with friends, grab some grub from local food truck vendors, and listen to some great music by DJ Sha(your Death Valley music provider) and the Brooks Dixon Band(Clemson local & favorite) – all at the TD Stage at the Peace Center.

2017 Fall Ring Ceremony

Clemson Alumni Society for Equality (CASE) – Happy Hour

Join fellow Clemson alumni and friends at The W Union Square Bar for Happy Hour and learn more about Clemson Alumni Society for Equality (CASE) and meet CASE President, Brian Cave as well as other CASE members. Chartered in 2009 by the Clemson Alumni Association, CASE is the official affinity group for Clemson LGBTQ alumni and allies.

Our purpose is to:
* Provide professional networking and social activities for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning alumni, and LGBTQ-friendly allies;
* Maintain a supportive relationship between alumni and the Clemson Sexuality & Gender Alliance (SAGA) formerly known as Clemson Gay Straight Alliance (CGSA) & Lambda Society;
* Coordinate fundraising efforts for scholarships that benefit Clemson students who make significant contributions to the LGBT community;
* Work with the University to implement its nondiscrimination, harassment, and related policies to include sexual and affinity orientation;
* Advance the concept of “One Clemson,” which endeavors to engage all students, faculty, staff, alumni, and visitors, particularly freshmen and transfer students, in experiential, interactive activities aimed at facilitating dialogue and increasing awareness of and respect for different cultures and backgrounds.

Please RSVP by sending an email to Brian Cave at or checkout our Facebook Event Page.