by Steven J. Rose
As the first anniversary of September 11, 2001 is commemorated in thousands of ways across America and the world, we all will look back at the changes it brought to the ways we live our lives. I can not forget how this event so close to all of us will become an historical part of our society and in future years how it will be written about by historians and taught to our children, grandchildren and their grandchildren. The way we carry on our lives today will reflect in tomorrow’s history.
I believe that as members of Culver City Historical Society our mission is to preserve history. As citizens of Culver City and America our goal is to make sure that the history we make today will be something that we can all be proud of as it is written down in future history books and preserved in the archives of government and in the City’s organizations that we all belong to. Let each of us as members of the Culver City Historical Society work to make our history that which we can be proud of today and tomorrow.
I look forward to seeing all of you at our first “Antiques and Collectibles Clinic” at West Los Angeles College on September 21, 2002. Bring up to 5 items and learn more about the value of your antiques and collectibles. Come out and join the fun!