A Quitman woman celebrated her 102nd birthday on Tuesday.
Kathleen Folsom celebrated her birthday at her retirement home along with family and friends. She said she doesn't feel any older and hopes to keep helping others as much as she can.
"Feel Good! I feel good," Folsom said after being asked how it feels being 102. "If [people] need anything, if I got it they'll have some of it, too."
As for any advice for others who want to live to be 102, "you live right and you do right; you love others," said Folsom.
Family members say long life runs in the family. Folsom's mother lived to be 103.
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