What Would You Put In Golden Valley’s Time Capsule?

In honor of Golden Valley’s 125th anniversary this year, a group of citizens is creating a time capsule containing selected artifacts reflective of contemporary Golden Valley. Golden Valley residents are urged to participate in a number of ways, says Blair Tremere,  project coordinator.

The organizing group would like Golden Valley residents to contribute ideas about the design and location of  the time capsule as well as suggest general categories of materials or specific items that could be included in the time capsule, says Tremere.

The time capsule will be opened by residents 25 years from now, in 2036. If you have ideas to share or would like to help with the project, contact Sandy Werts, Golden Valley’s volunteer coordinator, at SWerts@goldenvalleymn.gov or at Brookview Community Center, 200 Brookview Parkway, Golden Valley, Minnesota 55426. Contributors should include  their name, address, telephone number, and e-mail address.

The deadline for submitting ideas is April 11, 2011.

The time capsule project is just one of many commemorative activities in place for Golden Valley’s 125th anniversary. A group of volunteers, coordinated by Marshall Tanick, is planning for events throughout the year.  Most will have a historical theme. To get involved, contact Werts at SWerts@goldenvalleymn.gov or 763-512-2341.

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