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Renowned Journalist Lesley Stahl Lends Her Talents to Support Greenwich Historical Society Enrichment Programs


Veteran journalist Lesley Stahl regaled more than 150 guests on October 5 at the Greenwich Country Club in Greenwich, CT, for a special event to support the Greenwich Historical Society’s Fund for Program Enrichment. Stahl, who was introduced by Greenwich Country Day headmaster Adam Rodhie, covered topics ranging from her early television career to her experiences as a female White House correspondent and the role of the press in the current Presidential election. Also that evening, Greenwich High School student Olivia Halissey received the Greenwich Makes History Award for her prize-winning science fair project that proposed the development of a quick and inexpensive Ebola virus test that works without electricity and refrigeration.

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Photographs by Cheryl Moss

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