Moultrie Technical College is honoring its largest donor.
Clarence Smith has donated land and money to the school.
The land is being used for the college's fish and wildlife management program.
At a ceremony in his honor Tuesday, he said he's humbled by all the attention and hopes it encourages more people to give.
Smith says he will continue to donate to the school as his granddaughters pursue their education.
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