103-year-old woman celebrates birthday as Wonder Woman

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Woman Celebrates 103rd Birthday as Wonder Woman
By WGN TV

MONTCLAIR, Calif. – A 103-year-old woman celebrated her birthday this week by dressing up as Wonder Woman.

She wore the outfit to the Montclair Senior Center where she has been a volunteer for 25 years.

Cotter says they call her the barmaid because she serves coffee, tea and water.

Cotter lives alone. She volunteers five days a week and drives herself to and from the center.

When asked what the secret to a long life is, she said, "just keep busy I guess."

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Winnie Blagden, who will become a centenarian at the end of the month, during a surprise party at Sheffield Town Hall, following an appeal by BBC Radio Sheffield on Facebook, to make sure the widow, who has no family and who lives alone, had 100 cards to open on her 100th birthday, went viral, with the appeal being seen by 2.5 million people and to which thousands responded. (Lynne Cameron/PA Wire)
Winnie Blagden, who will become a centenarian at the end of the month, during a surprise party at Sheffield Town Hall, following an appeal by BBC Radio Sheffield on Facebook, to make sure the widow, who has no family and who lives alone, had 100 cards to open on her 100th birthday, went viral, with the appeal being seen by 2.5 million people and to which thousands responded. (Lynne Cameron/PA Wire)
Winnie Blagden, who will become a centenarian at the end of the month, with presenter Kat Harbourne (right) who organised an appeal by BBC Radio Sheffield, during a surprise party at Sheffield Town Hall, following an appeal by BBC Radio Sheffield on Facebook, to make sure the widow, who has no family and who lives alone, had 100 cards to open on her 100th birthday, went viral, with the appeal being seen by 2.5 million people and to which thousands responded. (Lynne Cameron/PA Wire)
Cards for Winnie Blagden, who will become a centenarian at the end of the month, during a surprise party at Sheffield Town Hall, following an appeal by BBC Radio Sheffield on Facebook, to make sure the widow, who has no family and who lives alone, had 100 cards to open on her 100th birthday, went viral, with the appeal being seen by 2.5 million people and to which thousands responded. (Lynne Cameron/PA Wire)
Winnie Blagden, who will become a centenarian at the end of the month, during a surprise party at Sheffield Town Hall, following an appeal by BBC Radio Sheffield on Facebook, to make sure the widow, who has no family and who lives alone, had 100 cards to open on her 100th birthday, went viral, with the appeal being seen by 2.5 million people and to which thousands responded. (Lynne Cameron/PA Wire)
Winnie Blagden, who will become a centenarian at the end of the month, with presenter Kat Harbourne (right) who organised an appeal by BBC Radio Sheffield, during a surprise party at Sheffield Town Hall, following an appeal by BBC Radio Sheffield on Facebook, to make sure the widow, who has no family and who lives alone, had 100 cards to open on her 100th birthday, went viral, with the appeal being seen by 2.5 million people and to which thousands responded. (Lynne Cameron/PA Wire)
Winnie Blagden, who will become a centenarian at the end of the month, during a surprise party at Sheffield Town Hall, following an appeal by BBC Radio Sheffield on Facebook, to make sure the widow, who has no family and who lives alone, had 100 cards to open on her 100th birthday, went viral, with the appeal being seen by 2.5 million people and to which thousands responded. (Lynne Cameron/PA Wire)
Winnie Blagden, who will become a centenarian at the end of the month, with staff from Serenta HomeCare, during a surprise party at Sheffield Town Hall, following an appeal by BBC Radio Sheffield on Facebook, to make sure the widow, who has no family and who lives alone, had 100 cards to open on her 100th birthday, went viral, with the appeal being seen by 2.5 million people and to which thousands responded. (Lynne Cameron/PA Wire)
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