CLEVELAND - Lakeshore Technical College marked a century in business Wednesday.
Students, alumni and business leaders celebrated the college's impact.
Items were also put into a time capsule, which won't be opened for at least 25 years.
The college's president says he believes another hundred years is possible.
"I think as this economic recovery responds and as this area grows, you know, we're going to grow with it," said Lakeshore Technical College President Michael Lanser.
The college expects to break ground next month on a $6 million building expansion of its machining, welding and industrial maintenance programs.
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