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Historic Camden Foundation elects board members

Posted: December 11, 2017 4:48 p.m.
Updated: December 12, 2017 1:00 a.m.

The board of trustees of Historic Camden Foundation recently elected new and returning trustees. 

New members are Rick Todd, Barbara Bunch and Mary Stuart Hardy. Dr. Tray Dunaway and Bill Denton returned to the board after a year off required by the organization’s bylaws, and Davie Beard was re-elected to a second term. 

The board also re-elected Amy Sheheen as chair, Bob Giangiorgi as vice chair, and Andrew Pope as treasurer. Other members include Jane Arnold, Debbie Bailey, Tiffany Fields, Beth Jordan and David Reuwer.

“Historic Camden is on the move,” Sheheen said. “I am excited to welcome our newest board members. In the just the last 16 months, we have hired a new director, acquired the historic Battle of Camden site, increased visitors by thousands and begun to implement our exciting five-year plan. Historic Camden is spotlighting the Revolutionary War history that made our community and country a reality. If you have not visited recently, come see us.”

Historic Camden Foundation is a private 501(c)(3) non-profit governed by the board of trustees and managed by Executive Director Halie Brazier. For more information about Historic Camden, visit or like the Facebook page, 

 There are two campuses: 107 acres on Broad Street at the site of the original colonial town featuring the reconstructed Kershaw-Cornwallis House, and 476 acres of the site of the 1780 Battle of Camden at Flat Rock Rd. called the Camden Battlefield and Longleaf Pine Preserve. The Historic Camden mission is to protect, preserve, and celebrate Camden’s extraordinary Revolutionary War and Colonial history.


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