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Campbell Citizens Recognized at 60th Celebration

The Campbell Historical Museum unveiled its newest exhibit in honor of the city's 60th birthday.

Sixty years ago today, the city of Campbell was officially incorportated as a city and this morning, the Campbell Historical Museum invited the community to witness the unveiling of its newest exhibit at City Hall, in honor of the milestone.

"We really wanted to highlight the people of Campbell and those who have contributed to its growth since its incorporation," says Kristin Morris, Campbell Historical Museum collection specialist and creator of the new exhibit.

Items on display include a section for the local schools and students, an area for local government and one for the various police and safety officers.

The event, which kicked off at 10:30 a.m. March 28, was attended by residents and dignitaries and in the spirit of the city's beginings (Campbell started off as a "dry" city) a sparkling cider toast was made by Campbell Mayor Mike Kotowski.

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