Lucille Norton, seated at center, a resident of Westbury Health & Rehabilitation, celebrated her 100th birthday on Feb. 23. Conyers Mayor Randy Mills proclaimed Feb. 23 as "Lucille Norton Day" and Westbury honored her by giving her a birthday celebration. When asked how do you think you lived to be 100, she replied, "By minding my own business." Shown are some of Norton's family members, including, seated from left, Jessie Norton and Rachel Norton, and, standing from left, Will Norton, David Norton, Carol Nelson, Emily Norton and Sue Norton.
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