Life secrets shared

GOLDEN AGE: 96-year-old Ruby Rogers, Maryanne Stuckey and 101-year-old Dell Williams discuss the benefits of ageing at the Celebrate Seniors Month event.

HARD work and discipline are the exilir for a long life, according to two sisters with a combined age of almost 200 years.

Dell Williams, aged 101 years and her 96-year-old sister Ruby Rogers were among 60 attendees at last week’s Celebrate Seniors Month official opening.

The pair is among the minority of Australians who witnessed and still remember events many individuals would have only had the opportunity to read about, including world wars and the moon landing.

When asked what

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