Beth Hill (Fort Ti executive director) emphasized that these changes are part of the fort’s transition to a more interesting, authentic, marketable and solvent place to visit. A very large part of its mission is to stay in business and survive even in poor economic times, not only for Ticonderoga, but also for our historical past and future. Several of the fort’s current board members are residents of Ticonderoga, who care deeply for the town as well as the fort.
Therefore, as a town let’s get behind the fort, enjoy what we have been offered and begin to think of all the good that could arise from a great partnership. “Remember thoughts become things. Choose the good ones.”