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Margaret Page, 99, talks about life, eating and tattoos at Lutheran LIfe Villages.

Margaret Page, 99, talks about life, eating and tattoos at Lutheran LIfe Villages.

Celebrating 100 (or more) years of life

Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette
Edna Sutton, 100, left, and Margaret Page, 99, share a laugh Wednesday at the Centenarian Celebration at Lutheran Life Villages. The annual party recognized 11 residents who are 100 or older or are turning 100 this year. Page will celebrate her 100th birthday on Sept. 2.

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