Legacy Day 2010
Students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends gathered for Legacy Day on Friday, November 5 at the Historic Fort Hill house.

Legacy Day featured tours of Fort Hill, a scavenger hunt for historical facts and trivia in the house, food and music by the Clemson University String Quartet. Participants were able to leave their own mark on Clemson’s legacy by signing the mat of a special Clemson print that will hang in the R.M. Cooper Library.

There was also a special dedication ceremony for a new addition to the Fort Hill Legacy Society, which honors bequests of $1 million or more when the university receives them. Members of the society are memorialized in a set of bronze leaves on the grounds of Fort Hill.

A new leaf in the memorial was dedicated to the late Earl Charles Ray of Savannah, Ga. Ray, a 1938 Clemson alumnus, established the Earl C. Ray Student Assistance Endowment for graduates or undergraduates in chemistry or chemical engineering.
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