LAKES AREA NEWS: Mill Stone Park project requesting time capsule items

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MILFORD, Iowa (KUOO RADIO) – Organizers of the Mill Stone Park project in Milford, Iowa, are asking for items for four time capsules that will be placed at the attraction.

They’re looking for things such as letters, pictures, news articles from 2017 or any small and interesting items from Milford’s Quasquicentennial.

Items can be dropped off at Grapetree Medical Staffing Milford by November 15.

The Mill Stone Project, located on the southeast side of the intersection of Highway 71 and County Road A-34, is a collaborative effort involving Okoboji High School J-Term students, community volunteers and a couple of artists.

Plans include a public art piece depicting the town’s namesake of a water-driven mill.

The project is slated for completion in the summer of 2019.

Plans call for one time capsule to be opened every 25 years.

KTIV Staff

KTIV Staff

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