COVID-19 and the struggle for racial equality will most certainly define the year 2020. And, so, for its fourth annual photo contest, The Greenwich Historical Society encouraged residents to snap photos of the people and places that spoke to their hearts during this time. GREENWICH magazine’s art department selected the winning entries, which are now displayed at the Historical Society’s newly reimagined campus.
“Now in our fourth year, the stakes were much higher for this contest in showcasing love of town and the character of our residents that consistently makes Greenwich a wonderful place to live,” says Greenwich Historical Society Executive Director and CEO Debra Mecky. “All of the photos will be stored in our archives for an historic record and will help us achieve our mission to create strong and meaningful bridges to future generations.”
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