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Clean up help appreciated

To the Times of Ti:

This letter is to say thank you to everyone who joined in and helped to spruce up our town.

Thanks to Rick Merrill and all of the Ticonderoga High School students and teachers who cleaned up many bags of roadside trash for Earth Day. Thanks to Mike Moser and the Boy Scouts along with Joyce and Gerry Cooper who landscaped around the new emergency squad building and grounds in advance of their grand opening. Thanks to Sharon Reynolds and the United Way volunteers who cleaned up along the LaChute trail.

Thanks to Bob Dedrick, Leslie Midgley, Ed Nolan and Dave Iuliano who repaired the lattice work on the gazebo in Bicentennial Park. Thanks to Pat and Anna Carney who cleaned up and removed weeds near the old Rite Aid building. Thanks to Doug Cossey, Joyce and Gerry Cooper, and Karla Vigloitti and her little helpers who weeded, pruned, and mulched at the Black Watch Library and the landscaped median across Carnegie Place from the library.

Thanks to Good Point Recycling from Middlebury, Vt., who provided free recycling of old electronic equipment for folks that wanted to dispose of their old TVs, stereos and computers in an environmentally safe way. Thanks to Mark Moss, Mike Moser and the Boy Scouts who washed windows along Montcalm Street. Thanks to Norm Swift for the loan of his window washing equipment. Lastly, but most certainly not least, many thanks to the Knights of Columbus for serving lunch to the tired and hungry volunteers.

John Bartlett

Ticonderoga Montcalm St. Partnership

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