Ticonderoga street art project becoming visible

Emily Sola painted the soldier at the Sunshine Laundry.

The Community Bank soldier was painted by Hannah Herbst.

Nancy Kelly is sponsor of the Ti Post Office soldier. It was painted by Lisa Kelly.

Ken Engler painted a soldier sponsored by Enid Engler to be placed at a site to be determined.

Mountaintime Furniture's soldier was decorated by Donna Van Wirt.

Ti Heritage Museum's soldier was painted by Denise Huestis.

Glens Falls National Bank soldiers were painted by Barb and Doug Cossey.

The Ticonderoga Area Chamber had Pam Lemza do their soldier.

Fort Ticonderoga's soldier was painted by Marci Hall.

Jim O'Toole painted a soldier sponsored by Margaret Howe to be placed at a site to be determined.

Matt Michalak painted the Olde Mill Cafe soldier.

Valerie Monroe painted the Montcalm Liquors soldier sponsored by the Rotary Club and Diane Dixon.

The Ticonderoga Federal Credit Union soldier was painted by Mary Lou Greenough.

Burgoyne's Treasures has its soldier painted by Frances Malaney.

Helen Johnson decorated a soldier sponsored by Dorcey Crammond to be placed at a site to be determined.

Joan Pulling painted the Ticonderoga Arts soldier located at the Hancock House.

Cathy Clark painted the soldier sponsored by the Ti Kiwanis Club to be placed at a site to be determined.

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