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History Day competition draws local students

- Emily Powers, from Ticonderoga Middle School, took first place in the Junior Individual Exhibit category with her exhibit "History of the Sewing Machine."

- Shonna Provoncha, from Moriah Central School, took second place in the Junior Individual Exhibit category with her exhibit "The Champlain Bridge."

- Natasha LaFrance and Rachel White, from St. Mary's School in Ticonderoga, took first place in the Junior Group Exhibit category with their exhibit "Vauban Fortifications."

- Colvin Chapman, Samuel Shelmidine, Mackenzie Strum, and Susan Ward, from Ticonderoga Middle School, took second place in the Junior Group Exhibit category with their exhibit "How the Phonograph Changed Music History."

- Magdalena Riordan, from the Greater Glens Falls Homeschoolers, took first place in the Junior Web Site category with her web site "The Joubert and White Buckboard Wagon."

- Hannah Lankford and Josh Lankford, from the Greater Glens Falls Homeschoolers, took second place in the Junior Web Site category with their web site "The Erie Canal."

- Colin Dowd, from Glens Falls High School, took first place in the Senior Individual Documentary category with his documentary "Caterpillar Tracks."

- Ryan Labita, from Glens Falls High School, took first place in the Senior Individual Exhibit category for his exhibit "Seat Belts: Saving Lives." - Kayla Brown, Chloe Knapp, and Molly Kunst, from Glens Falls High School, took first place in the Senior Group Exhibit category with their exhibit "Refrigerator."

- Rachel DeMaris and Sara Rancour, from Moriah Central School, took second place in the Senior Group Exhibit category with their exhibit "Photography: Then & Now."

Photos of the event and information on all Fort Ticonderoga's programs and activities can be found at www.FortTiconderoga.org

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