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Winner of the 2019 Essex National Heritage Area, March 5, 2020

Sarah's photograph "Looking Out" taken on Good Harbor Beach in Gloucester, Massachusetts on January 1, 2019 - was chosen for the 2020 Essex National Heritage Area website cover page. essexheritage.org In addition, Sarah's photograph "Heading to Play" was chosen as a 3rd Prize Winner in the 2019 National Essex Heritage Area photography contest in the category "People of Essex County." Her photograph of the Essex River was one of 9 photographs that won in the NEHA 2019 Instagram contest.

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Sarah’s Award Winning Photograph in CAPE ANN Magazine

CAPE ANN Magazine North of Boston Life Summer 2019 PARTING SHOT

 
'Walking on Clouds’

Sarah named new Jacob Leisler Institute Trustee

https://jacobleislerinstitute.org/sarah-burrows-winch-named-new-institute-trustee/

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Elected Trustee, The Leisler Institute

I am very pleased to have been elected and to assume the post as a trustee of   The Leisler Institute, whose mission is to preserve the records of and promote the study of the early period of New York history between the period of the English takeover of New Netherland in 1664 and the American Revolution. The nonprofit research and study center, devoted to Colonial New York under English rule as well as the permanent home of the Papers of the Jacob Leisler Project, serves scholars and students of this important 99 year period in our country's history. The Institute is located in Hudson, New York. I am a direct descendent of Jacob Leisler (8x granddaughter) through his daughter, Hester. https://jacobleislerinstitute.org/

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