French Consul General Anne-Claire Legendre Visits Odell House in Greenburgh
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

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GREENBURGH, NY — July 20, 2019 — French Consul General, Anne-Claire Legendre visited the Odell House on Ridge Road yesterday.  Her office posted the following on Twitter:  “We are delighted to visit today the Odell House, to be acquired and restored by the town of Greenburgh! Occupied by General Rochambeau in the summer of 1781, the house symbolizes the deep roots of #FrenchAmerican friendship and collaboration.
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Consulate General of France in New York Anne-Claire Legendre.

French Consulate NY Retweeted – Jul 19

Very happy today to explore the French-American history and walk the Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route with Mayor ⁦

@PaulFeiner, County Legislator@LegMJShimsky

⁩ and ⁦@JeanLachaud*
#OldestAllies

*Jean Lachaud is president of the American Society of Le Souvenir Français, an organization dedicated to preserving the U.S. graves of French soldiers who fought in the Revolutionary War.
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By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

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