Article lists items in stolen time capsule
By KIMBERLY YAKOWSKI / Staff Writer
Some of the contents of a 24-year-old time capsule stolen from Hagerstown City Park have recently come to light.
An empty can of Coors beer, a bottle of strawberry-scented Harvest shampoo and the book "Helter Skelter," were some of the items placed in the time capsule by a Community Action Council youth group, according to a Herald-Mail article.
The time capsule was scheduled to be buried on July 7, 1976, near the entrance to the Washington County Fine Arts Museum under the direction of Pat Ogle, who was then assistant youth director at CAC.
Ogle said in the article written before the capsule was buried, the time capsule will be filled "things we feel are relevant to the youth of today."