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100 years later...

Mt. Carmel Moose Lodge 1155 members, from left, Dereck Cross, Greg Hanneken, David Easterday and Randy Lynch examine the spot where a time capsule was buried behind the cornerstone at the lodge on Third Street. Saturday night, contents of the time capsule will be revealed as part of the 100th anniversary program, which begins with cocktails at 5 p.m. followed by a dinner program, open to Moose members and invited guests only. However, the public is invited to a free performance by the group Barcode, which begins at 9 p.m.

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