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Fort Ticonderoga honors employee

Belva Blood recognized

Long-standing Fort Ticonderoga employee Belva Blood, center, was recently recognized at the Fort Ticonderoga staff Christmas party for her years of service. Joining Blood are Beth Hill, right, Fort Ti executive director, and Bonnie Davis, Fort Ticonderoga’s 2011 Volunteer of the Year.

Long-standing Fort Ticonderoga employee Belva Blood, center, was recently recognized at the Fort Ticonderoga staff Christmas party for her years of service. Joining Blood are Beth Hill, right, Fort Ti executive director, and Bonnie Davis, Fort Ticonderoga’s 2011 Volunteer of the Year.

Fort Ticonderoga honored Belva Blood at its staff Christmas party.

More than 50 employees joined together in thanking Blood for her long-time service to Fort Ticonderoga.

“Belva has been committed to serving Fort Ticonderoga’s mission since 1975,” said Beth Hill, Fort Ticonderoga executive director. “It is with gratitude that we recognize her for her outstanding dedication and service.”

Blood thanked the attendees for the recognition and said she “enjoyed all her years working at the fort.”

Blood began work at Fort Ticonderoga in 1975. She worked in the Log House Museum Store and admissions where she greeted visitors through the 2010 summer season.

Blood was fondly recognized by her colleagues as holding the record of highest sales in the shortest time in Museum Store.

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