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Ti boosters aim to increase school spirit

Signs available

The Ticonderoga Booster Club has purchased Sentinel Pride signs for all local businesses in an effort to increase the show of school spirit throughout the community. Displaying the signs are student representatives Jay Hebert and Jaelyn Granger.

The Ticonderoga Booster Club has purchased Sentinel Pride signs for all local businesses in an effort to increase the show of school spirit throughout the community. Displaying the signs are student representatives Jay Hebert and Jaelyn Granger.

— The Ticonderoga Booster Club has purchased Sentinel Pride signs for all local businesses in an effort to increase the show of school spirit throughout the community.  

Businesses without a sign can contact the Booster Club and one will be delivered as soon as possible. 

Spirit Week begins on Monday, Oct. 3, culminating with Homecoming on Friday, Oct. 7. 

“The booster club encourages all business to show their purple and white pride by decorating for the week or weekend,” said Danielle Hughes of the group.

The Ti Booster Club has donated “Home of a Sentinel” lawn signs for varsity athletes to display.  Winter and spring varsity athletes will also receive signs during their seasons if they did not play a sport in the fall. 

“Since the signs are in such demand, the booster club has ordered additional signs for purchase by extended family, friends and community members,” Hughes said. “The signs are $5. They will be on sale at home football games or by email at TiconderogaBoosterClub@gmail.com 

“As always, the booster club is looking for new members,” Hughes said. “If any parent is interested, please contact the booster club or myself in the high school guidance office.”

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