by NZ CATHOLIC staff
Whatever the formula is for long life, it seems to have been found at the Little Sisters of the Poor Sacred Heart Home in Brockville, Dunedin.

DUNEDIN: A special memory on the occasion of Rena Clark’s 100th birthday on July 10 in Brockville, Dunedin. From left, Jean Miller, 100 years and 8 months, Arthur Cook, who will be 100 in March, Sr Marie Fitzpatrick, 101, and Mrs Clark, 100.
DUNEDIN: A special memory on the occasion of Rena Clark’s 100th birthday on July 10 in Brockville, Dunedin.
From left, Jean Miller, 100 years and 8 months, Arthur Cook, who will be 100 in March, Sr Marie Fitzpatrick, 101,
and Mrs Clark, 100.

On July 10, the big day arrived for resident Rena Clark, when her 100th birthday was celebrated.
Mrs Clark joined residents Jean Miller and Sr Marie, who have already celebrated their 100th birthdays.
At the celebrations last month, Mrs Clark was seated in the centre at a specially decorated table surrounded by her daughter Raewyn, grandchildren Greg and Tracey and great-grandchildren Lucy, Devon and Conban.
On entering the hall, she was welcomed with music on the keyboard and songs by Ellie Cross.
She received letters from the Queen, the Governor General and the Prime Minister.

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