Born in 1908, Smyrna woman celebrates her 106th bi...
by Justin Larson
04:00 AM, Monday, September 01
SMYRNA — A Smyrna woman who was born when Theodore Roosevelt was president has just celebrated her 106th birthday. Residents and staff at Delmar Gardens, a senior living community in Smyrna, threw Elizabeth Fisher a big celebration last week. Fish...

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