100 years and going strong
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Apr 03, 2012  |  Vote 0    0

100 years and going strong

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Alto Hall celebrated her 100th birthday at Brantford's Charlotte Villa Retirement Residence on Monday afternoon. After entering the room, Hall spoke clearly as she grabbed the microphone to thank well-wishers. “Is there anybody who can't hear me? You don't want to miss a word” she said to laughs. “I guess it's an event to be 100. I don't know, I don't feel any different." Hall clearly still has her sense of humour, something she claims is responsible for her long life, along with family and genetics.

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