AALC’s Supportive Living (SL) communities have many amazing residents who are living well past 100 years of age. We believe their lives should be recognized and celebrated. That’s why we’re awarding a special prize to SL’s OLDEST resident!
We’re calling on our communities to let us know who your oldest resident is and provide us with brief overview of their life/hobbies. We’ll award a special prize to the oldest SL resident that can be enjoyed by the entire community!
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CENTENARIAN CONTEST WINNER 2017
Pauline Moore, 105 years young
Pauline is a resident at Heritage Woods of Centralia. She attributes her youthfulness to a lifetime of healthy living. In fact, today she walks daily and participates in daily exercise class. Pauline also gives back to the community. Pauline regularly volunteered her time at polling places and with Meals on Wheels. She was such an inspiration that she was also named Citizen of the Year and has a bench dedicated to her in Mt. Vernon. And on a fun note, Pauline began driving at 12 years old, continued to do so until the ripe age of 100 years and never received a single ticket.
Pauline was nominated by Misty Rollinson, who said, “Pauline is very remarkable, positive and pleasure to talk to everyday.”