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An envelope with the words "Open This First" written on it was placed on the top of the donated items in the time capsule. It is our hope that the person(s) opening it in 2052, will read the contents of this envelope before doing anything else.
All Salt Lake County elected officials donated items for the Sesquicentennial Time Capsule. What will future elected officials think?
All 15 cities in Salt Lake County donated items for the Sesquicentennial Time Capsule. As boundaries within the County flex and change, it is important to have records provided by these entities to get a lay of the land in 2002.
Most community councils of the unincorporated areas of Salt Lake County donated items for the Sesquicentennial Time Capsule. Can you imagine what Salt Lake County will look like in 50 years? Will most of these areas be parts of cities by then?
Many of our friends in the media were on hand to document and celebrate the dedication of the Sesquicentennial Time Capsule. We appreciate their coverage and support of this project.
James M. Lemon>
Fastcast KJZZ 14
KSL Channel 5
KSTU Channel 13
KTVX Channel 4
KUTV Channel 2
Magna & West Valley City
Salt Lake Community College Globe
Salt Lake Tribune