Pitt Meadows time capsule opened

Predictions made 25 years ago, unveiled at Davie Jones elementary

Predictions made 25 years ago about what Pitt Meadows and its school district would look like in 2015 were revealed at a time capsule open house reception held at Davie Jones elementary Friday.

Student and teacher alumni from all over B.C. were among the invited guests who witnessed the opening of a Second World War steamer trunk. A Maple Ridge News and Province paper, school photo album, Canada and B.C. flag, school catchment maps, cassette tape featuring students from the time singing, as well as a floppy disk that had demagnetized since being placed in the trunk were some of the many items revealed during the ceremony.

 

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