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Woman celebrates turning 100 years young

first_img“It’s just amazing the history she’s seen. I mean, World War I had just ended when she was born in 1919,” said Tom Sandwick, Frances’ son. “We bake cookies and pretzels with her,” said Keaton Weed, one of her great-grandsons. Frances is turning 100 years old, and shares her birthday with Christmas. She lived at a time when women were just gaining the right to vote, lived her childhood through the Great Depression, and watched 18 presidents sit in office. To celebrate her birthday, her entire family, including her great-grandsons, spent the time reflecting on the lifelong memories they’ve shared with her. BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — Frances Sandwick was born December 25, 1919. This Christmas, she has another reason to celebrate. Nolan Weed, another great-grandson, described spending time with her at home, making puzzles and riding her motor scooter. To commemorate the new centenarian, the City of Binghamton declared December 25, Frances E. Sandwick day. The accomplishment, Frances says, could not have happened without her support group. center_img “To see my family. I don’t care about gifts because I don’t have a home other than here,” said Frances. “Her daily life, the way she has carried herself, the way she takes and teaches others, she’s always been the kind of person that is really focused on other people, and that has rubbed off on all of us I think,” said Tom Sandwick. “Have a nice family and lots of people,” said Frances. Her legacy, her family says, will continue to inspire others. Frances says she doesn’t have any secrets to a long life, but this Christmas, she has a lot to be grateful for. last_img read more

Simmons outshines Gayle in Challengers win

first_imgDHAKA, Bangladesh (CMC) – Left-hander Chris Gayle sparkled briefly in his first appearance of the season, but it was Lendl Simmons’ second half-century in three innings and third of the campaign which fired Chattogram Challengers to their second win on the trot, a convincing seven-wicket victory over Rajshahi Royals.In a top-of-the-table clash at the Shere Bangla National Stadium here yesterday, Challengers cruised to their target of 167 with nine balls to spare, with Simmons stroking 51 off 43 deliveries at the top of the order.He punched two fours and four sixes, adding an important 77 for the second wicket with Imrul Kayes who top-scored with 67 off 41 deliveries with three fours and five sixes.Veteran Gayle made 23 from 10 balls and looked to be teeing off after he crunched a four and three sixes.However, he was first to go in the fifth over when he was caught at the wicket off seamer Kamrul Islam, after posting 35 with Simmons.The West Indies right-hander was eventually run-out in the 13th over but Imrul saw his side home in a 40-run, unbroken fifth-wicket stand with Windies stroke-maker Chadwick Walton who finished unbeaten on 14.Fast-bowling all-rounder Andre Russell finished wicket-less from his three overs which leaked 30 runs but had earlier made a 10-ball 20 as Royals posted 166 for eight off their 20 overs.Opener Liton Das top-scored with 56 from 45 deliveries.Challengers lead the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) standings with 16 points, two clear of the Royals.In the other match of the double-header, Johnson Charles scored 26 and captain Andre Fletcher 22, but their Sylhet Thunder went down by five wickets to Cumilla Warriors to lose their 11th game in 12 outings and remain bottom of the standings on two points.last_img read more

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