Town Day: Drawing Contest Winners!!

Thank you to everyone who came up to the Sanborn House to help us celebrate Winchester’s Town Day.    We enjoyed live music from local artists, kicked off the summer season with a delicious taste of Strawberry Shortcake and we had many talented child artists visit and shared their impressions of what they did on Town Day. 

It was a very hard decision, but we selected 3 winners for our Drawing Contest. 

FIRST PLACE:   Rayna   ($15 Gift certificate to Catch A Falling Star)

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SECOND PLACE:  Malika ($10 Gift certificate to Bookends)

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THIRD PLACE:  Anjalt  ($5 Gift certificate to Dunkins)

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D-Day: How Winchester Helped Storm the Beaches of Normandy by Ellen Knight

75 Years ago today, The Allied forces landed over 150,000 troops on the coast of France called the Bay of Seine.  Ellen Knight, Winchester’s Town Archivist, has written this fascinating article describing Winchester’s involvement in this important battle of WW II.

Follow this link to learn more about these brave men of Winchester and the roles they played in this momentous battle:  D-Day 75th anniversary

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Wright-Locke Farm: A History in Pictures
by Ellen Knight

Look into the history of the Wright-Locke farm in a new 16-page booklet titled Wright-Locke Farm: A History in Pictures. Read More.

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