Second Century Society Luncheon Club
Second Century Society (Columbia, SC) – In 1989, a dedicated group of Clemson alumni and friends in the Columbia area formed an organization called The Second Century Society. Their goal was to provide a forum for Clemson to share its message with alumni and friends of Clemson as the United States entered its second century.
The Second Century Society continues today in the same manner. It is a networking opportunity as well as an opportunity to learn what is going on in the academic and research fields at our school and what you can do to help Clemson accomplish its mission. Membership is open to all that share an interest in Clemson.
Second Century Society usually has five meetings a year (Oct, Dec, Jan, March, May) that take place on Tuesdays at The Hall at Senate’s End in downtown Columbia (316 Senate Street) and run from 12-1pm. Price for the year is generally around $100 which includes a $5 gift to the Club’s annual scholarship, and guests/single lunches are $20.
October 12 – Allison Kwolek, Women’s Lacross
November 30 – Clemson Adaptive Sports
January 25 – Speaker: President Jim Clements
March 29 – Speaker: George Askew, Vice President for Public, Service and Agriculture
May – TBD
Alumni liaison: Helen Mitchell firstname.lastname@example.org