YWCA TIME CAPSULE YWCA Charleston Time Capsule Buried As Part Of Centennial Celebration
Reported by: Jeff Morris
Videographer: Troy Morgan
Web Producer: Jeff Morris
Reported: Dec. 13, 2012 5:37 PM EST
Updated: Dec. 13, 2012 5:44 PM EST
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, Kanawha County
, West Virginia
Fifty years from now, people will have an opportunity to unearth some interesting history about the YWCA Charleston.
The organization buried a time capsule Thursday as part of its 2012 Centennial Celebration. This is the first time capsule to be created in the history of the YWCA Charleston, according to a news release from the YWCA. Some of the more than 100 items in the time capsule are souvenirs from the Centennial Celebration including newspaper articles; brochures; videos; proclamations from the city of Charleston and the state of West Virginia; and photographs capturing special moments from various centennial events and activities.
Also included in the time capsule are letters from board members, staff and federal, state and local elected officials.
In 50 years, the YWCA Board of Directors staff and the community will have a chance to go back in time and learn how the YWCA celebrated the centennial and other important events and activities that took place in 2012, the news release said.
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