The City of Prince George is looking for 75 people, who as kids, helped bury the city’s 75th anniversary time capsule in 1990.
“Now I get to, 25 years years later, find out what was going on for me at that point,” says Lori-Anne Ryser, who was 13 at the time the capsule was buried.
Those treasures are being dug up July 10, before a 100th anniversary capsule is lowered into the site at the corner of Highways 16 and 97.
“We want to leave a part of history for future generations,” says time capsule coordinator Dori Alger.
The city’s 100th anniversary committee is also looking for ideas on what should go into the next capsule. For more information, or to get involved, visit Prince George’s 100th Anniversary 2015 on Facebook.