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Help Needed with the Culver City Time Capsule

Image is of a group of people with a shiny clock representing a time capsule.Officially, Culver City ended its Centennial Celebration during the closing ceremonies at its Birthday Party in the Park at Veteran’s Park, Incorporation Day at City Hall, and the Finale Centennial Ball at the Culver Hotel. Unofficially, the City is still looking for participation in one last event—the Culver City Time Capsule.

As an official part of the Centennial Committee, the Time Capsule sub-committee was created at the beginning of the year in order to organize the logistics and details of creating a time capsule that would accurately represent Culver City in this century. Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor, was interested to learn that the sub-committee is being chaired by Marcus G. Tiggs.

Now that the year is drawing to a close, Culver City residents—including those who live in the Culver City Real Estate area—are being asked for items and memories to include in the container. These items should be chosen for their ability to “create a snapshot of who we are and what we value in Culver City in 2017 so future generations may look back and learn about us as they then move forward into the future. “

According to the Culver City Observer, the Capsule Committee wants Culver City citizens to “think big! Think small! Think outside the box! No idea is too silly or crazy. The important thing is that the Time Capsule is representative of all and of what’s great about Culver City and its residents! So take a moment. Put on your thinking caps and share your ideas with the Time Capsule sub-committee of what you think would be a great contribution to be included.”

Image is a clock representing a time capsule.Martin Feinberg, Realtor, reminds residents to follow the City on in order to stay informed of all Centennial events.  For those looking for more information on the Centennial Celebration they should visit: To submit an idea for the Time Capsule, citizens should email Names and contact information need to be included with submissions.