G-CHS graduate raises funds to help Haitian village



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Closer to clean water: Bill Newell, a member of Brandywine Community Church, helps install a water purification system in Haiti in October. Greenfield-Central High School graduate Kelsey Fisk, 19, raised $3,500 to purchase the system after a recent trip to Gonaives. (Photo provided)


GREENFIELD — A Greenfield teen’s grassroots effort to bring clean water to a community she visited in Haiti has proven successful.

Kelsey Fisk, 19, a Greenfield-Central High School graduate, spearheaded the effort to raise money for a water purification system after a visit to Gonaives, Haiti, with her church in late July.

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