A Centenary Celebration

Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey enjoys the "far-out" speech given by Mayor Cosmo, teletransported from Sheridan 2110 to celebrate City Hall's 100th Birthday.
Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey enjoys the "far-out" speech given by Mayor Cosmo, teletransported from Sheridan 2110 to celebrate City Hall's 100th Birthday.

It was a celebration like no other Thursday night as dignitaries from the past, present, and future descended on Sheridan’s City Hall as it marked its hundredth year standing tall on Grinnell Plaza.  Mayor Dave Kinskey tells us what the celebration was about.

Sheridan Mayor Fred Bloom, who served in 1910, came back from the grave to make his appearance at City Hall.  He couldn’t quite remember what was put in the time capsule 100 years ago – memory does become an issue with age – but believes City Hall must remain, stuck time capsule or not.

The 2110 Sheridan Mayor Cosmo flew back in time to greet the fair people of Sheridan gathered at the steps of City Hall.

Mayor Cosmo came to solve the dilemma of the stuck time capsule and let us in on what this year’s time capsule will hold.

Flashes of light across our night sky shouldn't be alarming, it's Mayor Cosmo heading back into the future, thumb drive snugly fitted to his right thumb.

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