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Living 50 Plus: 104 years young!
Living 50 Plus: 104 years young!

BRANCH BIRTHDAY. On Saturday, August 20, Gladys Lewis Branch celebrated her 104th birthday at Joyner Park in Louisburg, with her family and friends and over 200 guests.
Gladys was escorted in by her granddaughter, Natasha Branch of Chicago, Ill. Everyone enjoyed lots of food, fellowship, music and singing, praises, games and prizes.


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Living 50 Plus: CROCHET PROJECT COMPLETED!
Living 50 Plus: CROCHET PROJECT COMPLETED!

Pattie Collins (at right) poses with one of her students, Bernice Richardson, who has been working really hard at mastering crocheting. This was Bernice's first projects on her own.


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Living 50 Plus: TEAM EFFORT AT FRANKLINTON SENIOR CENTER
Living 50 Plus: TEAM EFFORT AT FRANKLINTON SENIOR CENTER

These are the "Franklinton Crocheting Ladies." They have crocheted 145 hats and 29 scarfs to be donated to local schools and neighboring orphanages. Pictured from left to right: Marie Magniccari, Lila Gray, Martha Hunter, Mary Burrell, Martha Rettew, Nannie Solomon, and Cynthia Williams. The crocheting class is taught by Jo Starling, not pictured.


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