Looking for a unique gift for the Holidays? Ticonderoga, the First 250 Years Committee’s historical 2014 calendars are now available and would be a long-lasting gift. The new calendars are filled with new themes and photographs. A must have for anyone with an interest in Ticonderoga’s history and for the collector.
The 250th Calendar Committee worked very hard to capture more of the near history of Town of Ticonderoga – (1940s-2000s) – with a focus on groups and individuals who have influenced the development of the community.
Again, this year the 7th grade students at the Ti Middle School, as well as, the 7th graders at St. Marys’ School, will be selling the historic calendars to help fund their class and school activities. The students were big time sales agents last year, and it is expected that they will surpass their outstanding selling abilities from the previous year. If one of these 7th grade students approach you please help them with their endeavor.
In addition to the 7th Grade Students selling the 2014 Historical Calendars they are available at the following locations: Ticonderoga Chamber of Commerce Office, Ruthbun’s Jewelers, Town of Ticonderoga Town Clerk Office, Burleigh Luncheonette and at the Hancock House Gift Shop.