Seven village residents aged over 100 years
Seven residents of a Umina retirement village are now over 100 years of age, with the latest having her 100th birthday on June 11.
Peninsula Village resident Ms Dorothy Callister Umina celebrated her birthday at the Village Hall with family, friends and well-wishers, according to chief executive Mr Shane Neaves.
"Seven family members attended.
"Ms Melinda Dempsey presented flowers and cake on behalf of the board, management and staff," he said.
"Dorothy was born in Sydney and was the youngest of two girls.
"Her school days were spent in Ballarat and upon leaving school studied Visual Art.
"Dorothy is a mother of four children, two girls and two boys.
"She lived in Sydney for many years before moving to the Central Coast."
Social media, 11 Jun 2019
Shane Neaves, Peninsula Villages
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