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100 Years and Counting: Woodland Village in Chehalis Celebrates Lives of Eight Centenarians

Woodland Village in Chehalis celebrated the lives of eight centenarians on Monday. Ahead of the celebration, The Chronicle was able to interview four of them as they reflected on their more than 100 years of life and shared their experiences. Louise Carpenter, 100, was born on April 15, 1922, in Bellingham. She grew up on…

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For 70 years, Skagit County man has answered the call to give blood

SEDRO-WOOLLEY — Larry Libby donated blood for the first time in 1952. In the past 70 years, he has donated about 725 units of blood, plasma and platelets. “I don’t really know why I started or why I continued,” said the 88-year-old Libby, who with his wife of 59 years Joann lives at Village Concepts…

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Pygmy Goats Steal the Spotlight at Woodland Village in Chehalis During Visit With Seniors

Cascade Pygmy Goat Association Brings Furry Friends to Village The staff at Woodland Village in Chehalis works to make sure the seniors who reside there are always the center of attention. But on Thursday afternoon, a group of furry visitors stole the show. Four pygmy goats — Sue and Rain, both 3 years old, and…

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