Friends of Miller House/Washington’s Headquarters (FoMH) has announced its next VIRTUAL PROGRAM – This Man’s A Spy! The André-Arnold Treason Affair in Westchester County – Saturday, December 11th at 2 p,m. Revolutionary 250 (RW 250) Co-Chairs of This Man’s A Spy! are Bob Fetonti and Lynn Briggs. They will give a short presentation followed by a Q &A session moderated by FoMH President John Diaconis; the program will touch on and explain RW250,the importance of British Major John André’s and American General Benedict Arnold’s treason affair, what triggered it and highlight how this event right here in Westchester changed the course of the American Revolution.
Mr. Fetonti is a trustee of the Briarcliff Manor-Scarborough Historical Society, a volunteer at the Westchester County Historical Society, and a former educator of junior high school science.
Ms. Briggs is Chair of the Yorktown Heritage Preservation Commission, a Trustee of the Westchester County Historical Society and a Director of Friends of Miller House/Washington’s Headquarters, Inc. She is a former executive with three Fortune 200 companies, with domestic and international management experience.
The December 11th presentation is a VIRTUAL PROGRAM ONLY. A Zoom link and additional information will be provided in advance of the lecture. To register: https://link.zixcentral.com/u/0510e1ec/1JNyL2pX7BGnUWXMhnsoMg?u=https%3A%2F%2Fdocs.google.com%2Fforms%2Fd%2Fe%2F1FAIpQLScP0sF6m7jImGA4LN9wl5ZqVhjOmA7zg3zyhb7L8ec8MQNjiA%2Fviewform
The Miller House also expressed a special thanks to County Executive George Latimer and Westchester County Parks and Recreation for their support of historic preservation and education.