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This Week at Clemson

August 23-31, 2014

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Monday (Aug. 25)

The agricultural education Creative Inquiry team of students will present the first of several presentations and symposiums celebrating 100 years of the Cooperative Extension Service at 5 p.m. in the Poole Agricultural Building auditorium. They will cover various topics about the history, experiences and achievements of the Cooperative Extension Service. This presentation is with Jerry Reel, Clemson historian and professor Emeritus. For information, contact Debbie Dalhouse (864-656-6737, ddalhou@clemson.edu).

Thursday (Aug. 28)

Dana Beach, founder and executive director of South Carolina’s Coastal Conservation League, will speak about the Devaux Bank Seabird Sanctuary at 7:15 p.m. the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute in Clemson. Patrick McMillian, South Carolina Botanical Garden director and host of “Expeditions” on ETV, organized a reception honoring Beach and benefiting birding at the Garden at 6 p.m. prior to Beach’s talk. For information, contact Darlene Evans (864-656-3405, cathye@clemson.edu).

Saturday (Aug. 30)

Fans will be able to watch the season-opening football game against Georgia free on the video boards at Death Valley. Gates open at 4:30 p.m., one hour before kickoff. For information, contact Joe Galbraith (864-656-9227, joegalb@clemson.edu).

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