Big Thursday Luncheons

BIG THURSDAY LUNCHEONS

The Fort Hill Clemson Club hosts 3 luncheons per year that we call Big Thursdays. These lunch events occur the first Thursday in the months of May, August, and November.  Each luncheon features notable Clemson guest speakers and food catered from some of the best restaurants in town. Big Thursday meetings are a great way to connect with other Clemson Alumni and fans in the area.  Your $90 yearly membership includes the cost of all 3 luncheons. You are also welcome to bring a guest and pay $35. RSVPing is very important to ensure we have enough food. Check our website, Facebook page, or Instagram for sign-ups.  To join FHCC, click here.

Our luncheons are held in the Fellowship Hall at Clemson Presbyterian Church. Doors open at 11:30 am. We conclude at 1:00 pm.

UPCOMING LUNCHEON DATES
November 10, 2022
May 4, 2023
August 3, 2023

PREVIOUS SPEAKERS
Ben Boulware, Clemson linebacker & captain of 2016 Nat’l Champ team
Nick Eason, former NFL player & defensive line coach
Hack Trammell, CEO Clemson Foundation
Riley Johnson, ACC Football Official
Robbie Caldwell, Offensive Line Coach
Rarshard Hall, former player & Director of Player Relations for PAW Journey
Tracey Swinney, head of security for Clemson football & Dabo’s brother
Monte Lee, Baseball Coach
Tyler Grisham, Wide Receivers Coach & former player
Robert Jones, Provost
Gerald Vander Mey, Director Planning & Design
Amanda Butler, Women’s basketball coach
Lee Gill, Chief Inclusion and Diversity Officer
John Rittman, Women’s Softball coach
Bill Spiers, former Astros baseball player, former football & baseball player & current assistant football coach
Tim Bourret, Sports Information Director for Clemson Athletics
Eric MacLain, host of ACC network & former Clemson Tiger
Larry Williams, Tiger Illustrated and published author
Larry Penley, retired Golf Coach
Brian Dawkins, retired NFL star & Clemson player  (live streamed)
Mark Spede, Director of Tiger Band
Kyle Coulter, Director of Creative Content for Clemson Athletics

 

 

 

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