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Champlain National Bank donates $20K to Fort Ti

TICONDEROGA | Champlain National Bank has gifted $20,000 to Fort Ticonderoga to be used toward restoration of the pavilion located on the Fort’s grounds.  

“Fort Ticonderoga is thrilled to have the generous donation of Champlain National Bank to help support the restoration and adaptive re-use of the pavilion, the Pell 1826 home,” Beth Hill, president and CEO of Fort Ticonderoga said. “This national historic landmark will be a tourism hub on the shores of Lake Champlain, preserve a national historic landmark and grow our region’s economy.”

Once the restoration is completed, the Pavilion at Fort Ticonderoga will serve visitors through a new exhibition highlighting America’s earliest story of preservation, a teaching kitchen and culinary program, a variety of other educational programs, and additional services and amenities.

“We’re excited about the next phase of renovation and restoration at Fort Ticonderoga and how the Fort is working as an economic driver in the area,” Champlain National Bank President and CEO Steven Cacchio said. “This space is going to allow for new opportunities for engagement with the community and we’re proud to support projects that will benefit the greater region in which we serve.

Protesters raise fists, kneel silently before Ravens game at M&T ...

After the roughly 10-minute protest ended, Bryant told encouraged the group to fill out applications to become substitute teachers in Baltimore City Public Schools to be strong role models for students.

The protest received mixed reactions, Bryant said. Some fans knelt with the group; others turned and walked away from the stadium.

“I don’t know if they were standing with us or with Vice President [ Mike] Pence ,” he said, referring to Pence leaving during the Indianapolis Colts game after players knelt last week.

"I left today's Colts game because President Trump and I will not dignify any event that disrespects our soldiers, our Flag, or our National Anthem. At a time when so many Americans are inspiring our nation with their courage, resolve, and resilience, now, more than ever, we should rally around our Flag and everything that unites us," Pence said in a statement .

State troopers and Baltimore Police officers stood watch as the group staged their demonstration near the Ray Lewis statue by Gate A and the Ravenswalk.