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Topic - Beth Hill
Beth Hill pauses in her telling of Fort Ticonderoga's storied history as three young men dressed in colonial garb and armed with muskets fire a volley from the stone ramparts of the reconstructed fortress located on a bluff overlooking Lake Champlain's southern end.
"It's a tremendous legacy to continue and I take the responsibility very seriously," said Hill, executive director of the Fort Ticonderoga Association, the private not-for-profit organization that owns and operates the site.