Meet the team.
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Director of TFC
Before joining the team at The Fowler Center Tracy worked in Human Resources at MCHS for 4.5 years. She loves meeting new people and watching our campers enjoy all the activities camp has to offer.
Kim is a native to the Thumb Area and no stranger to working with youth or professionals as the High school and Superintendent Secretary for Kingston Schools from 1985 -2014. Kim loves making sure campers have what they need to get to camp. Whether it's helping families navigate the registration process, keeping things tidy in the office, greeting you at check-in, or answering all your questions on the phone Kim always meets you with a smile.
Hazel love living the quiet life in the Thumb of Michigan. Hazel started out at camp as a kitchen aide before finding her home in the facilities department. Hazel enjoys making sure camp is clean and safe for all our campers, staff, and guests. When Hazel is not at camp she enjoys spending time at home with her husband and 7 cats.
Lynn M. Seeloff, CTRS
Lynn's experience at The Fowler Center started by volunteering for a respite weekend in September 2004. It was the first weekend they used the ACCESSIBLE HIGH ROPES COURSE and she fell in LOVE ! The staff were so encouraging and fun with the campers. She just had to return. Over the next 2 years during college she worked at camp as a weekend respite counselor, the 2005 Outpost Coordinator, and 2006 Program Coordinator. After graduating in May 2007 from Central Michigan University with a bachelor's degree in Therapeutic Recreation she started working full time as Assistant Director and then Camp Director. Lynn believes in the power of CAMP and loves giving campers and staff the chance to learn and grow in our community.
Mary KAte Anthony
Mary has been involved with horses since she was 8 years old. With lots of previous camp and riding experience Mary loves teaching everyone at camp how to be comfortable on and around a horse. She believes in the growth and development individuals, of ALL abilities, can achieve when interacting with horses. Mary is certified as a Riding Instructor through CHA (Certified Horsemanship Association) and is currently pursuing her PATH, Intl. (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International) Instructor certification. Mary has been leading our adaptive riding since the fall of 2016.
Lilly grew up on a small farm outside of Mayville and was raised around barnyard animals. She started her horsemanship experience as riding lesson student at The Fowler Center in 2016. After taking lessons at the center she adopted her paint horse named Mojito (pictured left), from Starry Skies Recue in Ann Arbor. She adopted Mojito as a training project and he has helped her further develop her horsemanship skills. Lilly is now in the US Army Reserves and is proud to be serving her country. She is excited to be working at The Fowler Center year round and develop her skills in animal care and adaptive riding. She can't wait to meet the diverse individuals we serve.
Nicole has been a faithful member of the Fowler Family since Summer 2015. After graduating from Central Michigan University with a degree in Social Work Nicole found her niche, working with individuals with disabilities and helping them live independent and meaningful lives. Over the years Nicole has worked as Lead Counselor, Head Counselor, Behavior Specialist, Respite Counselor, and now Program Supervisor. While working at camp Nicole has also worked at the Tuscola County Intermediate School District as a Paraprofessional with a Job Coach certification. Nicole's favorite activities at camp include campfire cooking, waterfront, and H-A-Y-R-I-D-E!
Before joining our camp team, Brent spent the last 10 years as a corrections officer. He was excited to move over to camp and spend his days outside making sure campers and staff have a safe and healthy place to call their "home away from home". When not at work Brent enjoys camping, spending time with his family, riding his motorcycle, and eating as much spicy food as possible.