Ruth Farmer will be turing 100 years old this May and shows no signs of slowing down. Ruth is a former buisiness-woman in Eureka and now is making Braille books for children and adults as well as volunteering at St. Vncent de Paul's Dinig Center. Ruth has been living in Eureka most of her life and daily she translates books in her Braille Transcription office with her daughter Jill. This is a non-profit effort. When asked how she is able to remain so young at heart, Ruth said it is simply a matter of waking in the morning and continuing on.
We are following Ruth in her 100th year and will help to celebrate her birthday in May. In the meantime, it is business as usual for Ruth
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