Special to SEGAZINE
Myrtle Rowell, a resident of Nahunta, will turn 100 years of age on Aug. 30.
The Southern Georgia Regional Commission’s Area Agency on Aging and the Georgia Department of Human Services will recognizing Rowell by presenting her with a certificate of recognition and a thank you for her contributions to Georgia’s families and communities.
“Georgia’s centenarians have contributed to the community and culture throughout most of their lives,” said Dr. James Bulot, director of the DHS Division of Aging Services.
“I encourage communities to recognize older adults as life mentors and to further develop those informal relationships that enrich both the young and old.”