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25-year-old time capsule to be opened at former Gold Run Elementary; alumni invited

A time capsule buried in 1990 by students at the former Gold Run Elementary School (now Forest Charter School) will be opened at 5 p.m. Dec. 23 near the school’s flagpole, at 470 Searls Avenue in Nevada City. Every student attending the K-2 school in 1990 has something buried in the capsule, said former Gold Run principal Stanton Miller. Students are now 30, 31, 32 and 33 years old, he said. All students who attended Gold Run School during those years and subsequent years — and their parents — are invited to attend. They are asked to consider bringing any of their own artifacts and pictures from that era. A Facebook page called “Gold Run Alumni” has also been created.


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