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Historic Camden plans moving forward
Dunaway and Sheheen
Historic Camden Foundation Board Chair Tray Dunaway and interim Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site Executive Director Amy Sheheen present information on a transformation for the site to Kershaw County Council on Tuesday. Sheheen and Dunaway made a similar presentation to Camden City Council later Tuesday evening. They told members of both councils the plan includes remaking Historic Camdens gift shop, developing the Kershaw House into a rental venue, increasing its volunteer ranks and creating a new website. - photo by Martin L. Cahn
Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site is moving forward with a number of initiatives outlined in its recently updated strategic plan, including a remake of the gift shop; new website; and various initiatives to develop wedding venue business, increase tour development and bolster the organization’s volunteer base. Interim Executive Director Amy Sheheen and Historic Camden Foundation Board Chair Tray Dunaway appeared before Camden City Council on Tuesday night to report on some of Historic Camden’s recent activities during Council’s meeting Tuesday night. Sheheen and Dunaway made a similar presentation to Kershaw County Council earlier in the evening.