Clemson LIFE proposal before Clemson-FSU


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Photo credit: Glenn Spake
Photo credit: Glenn Spake

Cherished memories happen at Clemson Football games.

Will Bonner Jr. from Greenville asked Kayla Hill Evans to marry him on Saturday just outside the gates of the stadium.

Kayla is from Key Largo, FL and was part of the Clemson LIFE program and just finished the two year Clemson Life program back in May of 2017.

During her time in the Clemson Life program, Kayla worked with the Clemson Rally Cats. The Rally Cats played a key part of the proposal by holding signs that said: “Kayla Evans will you marry me?”

Will got down on one knee and popped the big question and Kayla naturally said yes!

Kayla and Will have been dating almost a year. No wedding date has been set as of yet.

Congratulations to the couple and TigerNet wants to wish both of you all the happiness in life together.

***Special thanks to Glenn Spake for sharing the story ***

Here is a feature of the ClemsonLIFE program.


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