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Metcalfe Countian Lora Atwell, Center, KY 105 years young

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Center, KY resident Lora Atwell turned 105 years young this week. The accompanying photo was taken by her roommate's daughter, Elaine Pruitt Wilson, who said of Mrs. Atwell, "She is truly an amazing lady - love talking with her." Mrs. Atwell is the mother of Jimmy Atwell, longtime Metcalfe County bus driver, business owner and farmer. - Linda Waggener



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Metcalfe Countian Lora Atwell, Center, KY 105 years young



2015-02-05 - Center, N. Metcalfe Co., KY - Photo by Elaine Wilson.
Center, KY resident Lora Atwell turned 105 years young this week. The photo was taken by her roommate's daughter, Elaine Pruitt Wilson, who said of Mrs. Atwell, "She is truly an amazing lady - love talking with her." Mrs. Atwell is the mother of Jimmy Atwell, longtime Metcalfe County bus driver, business owner and farmer. - Linda Marcum Waggener

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