Union Chapel Elementary Principal Steve Archer and head custodian Thomas Pirtle, above, helped open a time capsule Friday in honor of the school’s 40th anniversary. The capsule was placed in the ground on June 1, 2001, for the 25th anniversary. The contents included photos of events, letters from students, a DARE sticker and an old Union Chapel song that will be revived and sung again.<252><252>
Union Chapel Elementary Principal Steve Archer and head custodian Thomas Pirtle, above, helped open a time capsule Friday in honor of the school’s 40th anniversary. The capsule was placed in the ground on June 1, 2001, for the 25th anniversary. The contents included photos of events, letters from students, a DARE sticker and an old Union Chapel song that will be revived and sung again.<252><252> Amy Haynes Park Hill School District
Union Chapel Elementary Principal Steve Archer and head custodian Thomas Pirtle, above, helped open a time capsule Friday in honor of the school’s 40th anniversary. The capsule was placed in the ground on June 1, 2001, for the 25th anniversary. The contents included photos of events, letters from students, a DARE sticker and an old Union Chapel song that will be revived and sung again.<252><252> Amy Haynes Park Hill School District

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