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A dedication in time, Naples Depot Museum

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Marilyn Mathis, director of the Collier County Library System, places a time capsule in the ground during an event at the Naples Depot Museum on Wednesday, May 8, 2013. Inside the time capsule are different items from each county department. The time capsule will be buried for ten years.

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Dania Maxwell/Staff Marilyn Mathis, director of the Collier County Library System, places a time capsule in the ground during an event at the Naples Depot Museum on Wednesday, May 8, 2013. Inside the time capsule are different items from each county department. The time capsule will be buried for ten years.

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Carlos Bicho, dressed as Juan Ponce de Leon shovels dirt over a time capsule buried in the ground during an event at the Naples Depot Museum on Wednesday, May 8, 2013. Inside the time capsule are different items from each county department. The time capsule will be buried for ten years. Ponce de Leon is credited with the first recorded landing and detailed exploration on the Florida coast.
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Marilyn Mathis, director of the Collier County Library System, places a time capsule in the ground during an event at the Naples Depot Museum on Wednesday, May 8, 2013. Inside the time capsule are different items from each county department. The time capsule will be buried for ten years.
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Mayor John Sorey speaks to a crowd gathered at the Naples Depot Museum during the Time Capsule Dedication event on Wednesday, May 8, 2013. Inside the time capsule are different items from each county department. The time capsule will be buried for ten years.
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Keith Pershing listens to Historical Re-enactors of Marco Island speak during the Time Capsule Dedication event at Naples Depot Museum on Wednesday, May 8, 2013. Inside the time capsule are different items from each county department. The time capsule will be buried for ten years.
  • Dania Maxwell/Staff
Carlos Bicho, dressed as Juan Ponce de Leon speaks to a crowd gathered at the Naples Depot Museum during the Time Capsule Dedication event on Wednesday, May 8, 2013. Ponce de Leon is credited with the first recorded landing and detailed exploration on the Florida coast.
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Bonnie Bozzo, dressed as Marjory Stoneman Douglas, of the Historical Re-enactors of Marco Islands listens on as Mayor John Sorey speaks at the Naples Depot Museum during the Time Capsule Dedication event on Wednesday, May 8, 2013. Inside the time capsule are different items from each county department. The time capsule will be buried for ten years.

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