FOCW was founded and spearheaded by Amy Brown, Carol Clanton, and
Amy is a Lifetime Member and a leader for both Troop 2562 and the
Trailblazers M2M troop. She also serves on her service unit team in
various roles. Including her years as a girl, Amy has been in Girl
Scouting for 19 years. Additionally, Amy has written a
number of posts about WaBak’s history on her blog. She believes
Camp WaBak is a treasure that should be preserved for all generations
because “It’s a place to learn, to love, to grow.”
Carol has been a Girl Scout for 60 years and is a Lifetime Member.
She grew up in the Old 96 legacy council and attended Camp WaBak as a
camper and was on staff for four summers. She currently is a
Trainer/Facilitator for GSSC-MM working with the Program
Aide/Volunteer-in -Training for teen girls and serving on the Gold
Award Panel. Carol has a love for outdoor life and a passion to see
that girls and adults continue to have the Camp WaBak experience that
prepares them for a lifelong appreciation of our camp heritage and the out-of-doors.
Lois is a Greenville, SC native and a Lifetime Girl Scout member
having joined the Movement in second grade. She was a staff member of
the Old 96 legacy council and directed Camp WaBak for 15 summers. She
is interested in seeing FOCW grow with folks who care about WaBak as
much as she does.