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Scarsdale Forum Kicks Off Sunday Speakers

Clifford Krauss, a New York Times national business correspondent covering energy, will speak on "Decision Time: Energy Policy at a Crossroads" on Oct. 21.

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The Scarsdale Forum cordially invites the public to its first Sunday Speaker Series program of the 2012-13 season at 3:00 p.m. on October 21 at the Scarsdale Woman’s Club, 37 Drake Road.    

Clifford Krauss is a New York Times national business correspondent covering energy. He will speak on "Decision Time: Energy Policy at a Crossroads". He covered the State Department and New York City police department before serving as Buenos Aires bureau chief and Toronto bureau chief. Before working at The Times, he worked as a foreign correspondent for the Wall Street Journal and was the Edward R. Murrow fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations. He is the author of "Inside Central America: Its People, Politics and History,"(1991). He has published articles in Foreign Affairs, GQ and Wilson Quarterly, along with other publications.  A graduate of Scarsdale High School, Krauss returns to his former community for what promises to be a lively discussion.  All are welcome.     

The audience will have an opportunity to meet with him after his talk. 

The Sunday Speaker Series programs are open to the public, free of charge and are underwritten in part by a generous grant from the Irving J. Sloan Education Fund, made possible by the Liz Claiborne-Arthur Ortenberg Foundation.

For more information, visit (www.ScarsdaleForum.com), call (914-723-2829) or e-mail (office@scarsdaleforum.com).

Lisa Gentes-Hunt (Editor) October 09, 2012 at 04:09 PM
Are you attending the first event on Oct. 21? Up for blogging or taking a photo? Email me at lisa.gentes@patch.com today for some details.

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