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If you have a resident turning 100 or older, we would love to welcome them to the MHCA Centenarian Club.  We will feature the resident in our monthly newsletter and here on our website.  Centenarians receive a Member Certificate to the Club and a bouquet of flowers. On their birthday each year thereafter, MHCA sends the Centenarian a birthday greeting.

 

Simply complete and submit the Centenarian Club application.

Please Note:  This is a Members-Only benefit. 

 


 

 

August Birthdays

 


Minnie Anderson will celebrate her 106th birthday this year! Minnie is a resident at Grand Manor Nursing & Rehab in St. Louis, MO!  She was born in Milligton, Tennessee on September 7, 1913.  Minnie enjoys fishing and gardening.  She attributes her longevity to being careful not to drink or smoke, and her advice to others is to take care with your body.  When asked about turning 106, Minnie said "I feel blessed, and thank God for letting me be here this long!"
Carla Jost-Higgins will celebrate her 101st birthday this year!  Carla is a resident at McLarney Manor in Brookfield, MO.  She was born in Brookfield, MO on September 11, 1918.  Carla is widowed with 2 children, 7 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren, and 3 great-great grandchildren!  Her hobbies included sewing her own clothes when she was younger.  Carla attributes her longevity to eating healthy, and her advice to others is to live life to the fullest and enjoy every day.  When asked about turning 101, Carla said "I don't mind it, I like living!"

 

 

 Emerita Maldonado will celebrate her 100th birthday this year!  Emerita is a resident of NHC St. Charles in St. Charles, MO.  She was born in Salinas, Puerto Rico on September 18, 1919.  Emerita is widowed with 1 child.  Her hobbies include reading, gardening, and watching soap operas.  She attributes her longevity to no alcohol, no smoking, no wild partying, and being near family.  Her advice to others is everything in moderation, and do what you love - family is very important.  When asked about turning 100, Emerita said "I find it hard to believe!  If you ask me, I'm 50!"

  

Goldie Howe will celebrate her 104th birthday this year!  Goldie is a resident of Salt River Community Care in Shelbina, MO.  She was born north of Emden, MO on September 24, 1915.  Goldie is widowed with 2 children, 3 grandchildren, and 5 great-grandchildren!  Her hobbies include serving the Lord, and she attributes her longevity to her Heavenly Father.  Her advice to others is to accept Jesus as Savior and become a Christian.  When asked about turning 104, Goldie said "I'm just here to serve the Lord!"

 

    Do you have a resident in your facility turning 100 or older who would like to join our club? 

Please contact Tina Struemph for more information.


 

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