Seeking ideas for the 50th anniversary time capsule

Upstate employee Jennifer Congel holds a time capsule which will buried at Upstate University Hospital.

Upstate employee Jennifer Congel holds a time capsule that will buried at Upstate University Hospital on October 15.

There’s still time to contribute ideas for objects to go in the Upstate time capsules, to be installed on Wednesday, October 15 in honor of the 50th anniversary of the opening of Upstate University Hospital’s downtown and community campuses. (10 a.m.-downtown; 1 p.m.-community campus.)

The time capsules are to include items that represent healthcare today, especially at Upstate University Hospital. Ideas already submitted include a Tigger pediatric hospital gown, Healing Muse literary journal, patient handbook, a list of current immunization guidelines for children and a program from the Cancer Center opening.

To share your time capsule ideas, contact Susan Keeter, 315-464-4834, keeters@upstate.edu.

Interested in knowing what’s in the 1964 time capsule that’s in the cornerstone of the hospital’s downtown building? Click here.

About susankeeter

Occasional contributor Upstate’s Susan Keeter has written about and painted Upstate’s Dr. Sarah Loguen, one of the first African American women physicians. Keeter created the horse sculpture in front of the Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital and illustrated a children’s book on autism, “Waiting for Benjamin.” She’s written for Physician Practice, Upstate Alumni Journal, Cancer Care and Upstate Health magazines. Reach her by email at keeters@upstate.edu or by phone at 315-464-4834.
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