50 Years in the Making: Time Capsule Party

Former LBCC President Jon Carnahan
speaks to the crowd during the first
LB time capsule dedication in 1993.
Our 50th anniversary provides a great opportunity for us to connect to our past while envisioning our future. One great way to make those connections is by burying a time capsule filled with memorabilia.

In 1993, LBCC staff decided to bury one with our 50th anniversary celebration in mind! On Wednesday, May 16, plan to join us for a nostalgic special event as we dig up that time capsule buried 25 years ago.

Join LBCC President Dr. Greg Hamann and special guests in the courtyard in front of White Oak Hall for music, historical displays, cupcakes and refreshments. You can even sign our giant birthday card!

Festivities start at 3 p.m., with time capsule reveal starting at 4 p.m. Not only will we get to see what was buried 25 years ago, we’ll dedicate a new time capsule to be opened on LBCC’s 75th anniversary in 2043.

Details at www.linnbenton.edu/50.


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