Named for one of the longest serving members of the Supreme Court, and native of Clay County, the eponymous future Sacred Place is intended to offer a place of quiet reflection while also recognizing and honoring those who struggled and fought for their basic civil and human rights.
Sarah is a lifelong Marylander, growing up sailing and exploring the Chesapeake Bay. These early experiences on the water have created a passion for the Bay and a desire to share this with children of all ages. Sarah has worked in the field of outdoor and environmental education for over 20 years. After graduating from...View