An iPhone? A DVD of your favorite movie? A 2014 postcard? A group of ‘Capsule Keepers’ wants your ideas!
25 years ago, time capsules were filled with things about our state history and culture at the Capitol in Olympia. Back then, a group of 300 10-year-olds became Keepers of the Capsule and now… they’re 35 years old and want your ideas for the next time capsule! Pretty cool, eh?
Email your ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org
The time capsule for 2389 will close on November 11, 2014.
BTW, they opened the capsule from 25 years ago and found: messages on microfilm, a Fredrick and Nelsen Christmas catalog from 1989, the Seattle area Yellow pages on floppy disc and some other cool stuff.
One more thing: kids that were born between November 4 and November 18, 2004 can go to capsulekeepers.org and sign up to be a keeper for this generation, as can children of previous Capsule Keepers. Cool!
The future looks bright!
See the whole story from our friends at komonews.com right HERE.