County Officials Bury Time Capsule As Part Of 200th Birthday Celebration

Monday, November 18, 2019

Hamilton County officials on Monday buried a time capsule as part of the 200th anniversary of the county.

 

County Mayor Jim Coppinger presided as the donated items were paced in a large capsule and buried near the pavilion on Dallas Island at Chester Frost Park.

 

The time capsule contains a variety of items representing various aspects of Hamilton County’s business and cultural heritage.

 


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