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'Time Capsule' vault dedicated at closing ceremony

August 3, 2014

Photo by Ted Lutz – These are the wooden forms for the vault for the Time Capsule near the courtyard of the Kane Depot. The vault was dedicated Sunday at the closing ceremony for the Kane Sesquicentennial celebration

The closing ceremony Sunday for the Kane Sesquicentennial celebration featured the dedication of a vault for the Time Capsule at the Kane Depot.
Scott Morgan, the chairman of the Time Capsule project, said families and organizations have until December to take part in the project or add to their existing envelopes.
The 8x12-inch envelopes-- each up to one inch thick with pieces of memorabilia-- will be sealed inside a concrete vault added along the courtyard at the Depot. 

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