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A year off a century celebrated in style

Born June 14, 1920, Mary Paul celebrated turning 99 years young at her home in Kahnawake with a small group of friends and a cake.

The young lady moved to Brooklyn when she was 19, and returned to the community in 2009. She has a daughter, Roberta Duhaime, with her late husband Louie Duhaime. (Daniel J. Rowe, The Eastern Door)


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Daniel J. Rowe is an award-winning reporter and photographer originally from BC. In addition to journalism, he produces and edits a Shakespeare-inspired blog and podcast called the Bard Brawl. His writing has also appeared in the Montreal Gazette, Canadian Press, U.S. Lacrosse magazine and elsewhere. His facial hair rotates with the season, and he’s recently discovered the genius of wearing a cowboy hat. He wrote for The Eastern Door from 2011 to 2019.