Friday, September 07, 2007

Tustin, Anaheim, Savanna School District, etc.

Today's photo is an early image of Main Street in Tustin. Some of these buildings are still standing, in one form or another.

As part of Anaheim's ongoing susquicentennial celebration, a time capsule will be unearthed at the Mother Colony House, 414 N. West St., this Sunday at 1pm. The capsule was buried during the City's centennial in 1957. The public is invited. A new time capsule will also be dedicated -- to be opened in 2057.

Dr. Sue Johnson, Supt. of the Savanna School District in West Anaheim, will give a presentation on the "History of the Savanna School District." The district has done a great job collecting materials, photos, interviews, etc. The talk will be held this Wednesday, Sept 12, at Maxwell School, 2613 W. Orange Avenue (NW corner of Magnolia and Orange Ave) at 7 PM. The event is open to the public, and refreshments wil be served.

Fountain Valley is holding a barbeque to as part of the City's ongoing 50th anniversary celebration. For details, click through to this Register article.

The Register also ran an article about the latest developments surrounding the historic Troubleman Cottage in San Juan Capistrano.

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