Interlachen Time Capsule Brings Back Memories
INTERLACHEN, Fla -- Memories flooded out of a time capsule buried by middle school students 27 years ago.
In 1988 C.H. Price Middle School buried a time capsule on school grounds. Saturday they unearthed the capsule and pried it open.
The capsule contained pictures, thumb prints, signatures and newspapers from middle schoolers. But one teacher said she didn't really focus on what was inside.
"It's about about all of us getting together, and like having a reunion today. It's been fantastic. Had some wonderful surprise of people showed up I haven't seen in 25 years," Nancy Turner, a social studies and history teacher said.
The capsule brought back moments that were lost.
"In memory of students that we've lost through the years that I wish that some of them would be able to be here today. And it was kind of cool to see their signatures and pictures. That's the one thing I miss," Tiffany Stouffer, an alumna, said.
The former principal Howard Alred said he wants to do it again and open it back up in 25 years.
"It'd be great to come back and see how old we've gotten like 25 years later when we're like 70 and 80 years old," Barbara Walker, an alumna said.
The contents of the capusle will be in an exhibit for neighbors and students to see.
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