Clayton State Retirees to Dedicate Butterfly/Hummingbird Garden

The Clayton State Butterfly/Hummingbird Garden, planted by the Clayton State Retirees Association (CSRA) and the University’s Facilities Management Landscape Department in September 2012, will be dedicated to the University on Friday, May 31 at 10 a.m.

The Butterfly/Hummingbird Garden is located between Clayton State’s 12-acre Swan Lake and the James M. Baker University Center, directly across the lake from Spivey Hall..
Clayton State President Dr. Thomas Hynes, members of the Facilities Management staff, and CSRA members will be present for the dedication, along with Clayton State faculty and staff. A bronze plaque will be placed in the garden during the brief dedication ceremony.


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