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Pine Creek Shopping Center Celebrates 25 Years

Another time capsule in Nevada County is getting ready to be opened.  The Pine Creek Shopping Center turns 25 this week and they will be opening up a time capsule buried there in 1988. Local Soroptimist Linda Fischer, who is Charter President of the Soroptimist International of the Foothills,  was there when the time capsule was sealed.
Click here to listen to Linda Fischer

And what did it take to win a thousand dollars in 1988?
Click here to listen to Linda Fischer

Fischer and the other Soroptimists are anxious to see how the notebook held up over 25 years and to share it with current Soroptimist members.
Fischer also says there was a young boy who won the individual award.*
Click here to listen to Linda Fischer

At the time of the contest Tait Lane was student at 7 Hills Middle school and entered a school project as his item for the capsule.
Click here to listen to Tait Lane

Tait went on to attend  Nevada Union High School and Forest Lake Christian and before going to college at Seattle Pacific University – School of Business and Economics and is currently a successful financial adviser in the Seattle area. Over the years he has shared the location of the time capsule with his own three children when visiting the area.

The public is invited, but especially anyone who may have submitted something for the Pine Creek Shopping Center’s Time capsule is encouraged to attend and pick up the item.
The entire Pine Creek Center is celebrating with food and prizes this Saturday from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM.

 

1 Comment

June 21, 2013

paul paterson

A good time to remember that the pines of pine creek were cut down illegally by persons unknown on a Sunday, so the place could be developed

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