Clemson Child Development Center



Make your reservations and mark your calendars for Saturday, March 4. Then come not only for a delicious dinner and wine, but plan to be beguiled by a team from the international repertory company, The Covenant Players. Founded in 1963 by playwright Charles M. Tanner, the company has presented more than two million performances with more than 60 touring groups that fan out across the globe.

We guarantee a unique theater experience! The Covenant Players bring the excitement and impact of drama into any setting, with plays and vignettes that are fresh, pertinent and thought provoking. They have pioneered the use of drama as a communications resource for schools and community organizations of all kinds. The Covenant Players use the positive medium of drama to bring hope, encouragement, and a positive message into classrooms, auditoriums, group homes, nursing homes, hospitals, and other facilities all over the world.

This exciting event will take place at Occasions at Wedgefield in Central on Saturday, March 4. There will be two seatings and shows, one from 4:00–6:00 p.m. and one from 7:00–9:00.

Tickets are $45 and include dinner, wine and the performance. They are on sale now at the CCDC and through board members.

We are extremely grateful to the individuals and businesses who are sponsoring this event. Please take note of them on the posters and program and thank them when you have the opportunity. And as always, many thanks to you, our loyal supporters!


Those attending the 2014 Spring Homes Tour were treated to the type of delightful day people have come to expect. The weather was perfect, the luncheon at OLLI was delicious, the five homes were all charming though very different from one another, and the state-of-the-art Indoor Practice Facility was every bit as intriguing as advertised. 

Sponsored by the Clemson Child Development Center, this biennial event has become a solid tradition in the tri-county area and for good reason. Yes, it offers a fun-filled Sunday and a glimpse into some charming homes. But the underlying goal is to raise money for scholarships to provide a quality preschool education for children to whom that might otherwise not be available. That’s a winning combination!

Undeniably, the cornerstone of the tour are the homeowners who so willingly opened their homes for the rest of us to enjoy: Claudia and Rob Hubbard (to honor the memory of Kathy Young), Sue and Jim Reneke, Susan and David Scott, Boo and Macon Sheppard, and Boo and John Wilson.

The CCDC is grateful to all the area businesses and individuals who sponsored the event, the volunteers who served as docents, and all our tour guests who came out to enjoy the day.

And the beneficiaries are the children! The CCDC is dedicated to providing affordable, quality childcare and preschool education in an environment that appreciates diversity and works to strengthen families. The research is overwhelming. A good beginning never ends…. 

Fundraising Events ​Benefit Our Kids

Dinner Theater, March 4th

Covenant Players