Former Hamilton students travel back in time with time capsule

Traveling through time but not by machine.

Some former Eugenia Hamilton Elementary students and teachers gathered to re-live the year of 1986, by opening a time capsule they buried in honor of Halley's Comet.

The box was filled with items ranging from a fashion blog of the time, newspapers, and pictures of each student in the different classrooms.

The goal of the items placed in the box was to capture the year of 1986.

Students and teachers were curious to find out the things they placed in the box, and were very excited when the contents were revealed.

Michelle Gowan, the teacher who started the capsule, has planted several other time capsules at the different schools where she has taught.

The most recent one that is scheduled to be opened in May of 2014, resides at Heard Elementary.


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