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City looking for 100-year-old residents for centenarian celebration

Senior citizen, via Tiago Muraro/Unsplash

The city is looking to get a count-of and celebrate it’s 100+ year-old residents.

The City of Alexandria announced in a press release that, in partnership with the Successful Aging Committee, the city is celebrating National Centenarian Day on Sept. 28 with a look at the experiences and achievements of Alexandrians who have lived long enough to be designated for historic preservation by the Board of Architectural Review.

“At the September 28 City Council meeting, a slideshow presentation will recognize residents who will be 100 years old or older by December 31,” the city said. “Alexandria centenarians who choose to participate in the presentation will receive a certificate honoring their lifetime experiences and achievements and a recognition coin. To participate or submit a nomination, complete an application and social history form by July 30.”

There are an estimated 100,322 centenarians nationwide, according to the city.

Via Tiago Muraro/Unsplash

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