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WA Senior receives first centenarian pin

Last updated: 24/11/2016 5:06 PM
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A Menora resident became the first recipient of the new WA Seniors Card centenarian pin in recognition of her 100th birthday, on 6 October.
Corrie Toneman was presented with the new lapel pin at her birthday celebration at Juniper Elimatta Residential Care.

Corrie moved to Perth from the Netherlands in 1953, and lived in her own home until the age of 98.

There are about 540 WA Seniors Card holders aged 100 years or more, with 220 reaching their milestone birthday this year.   

All WA Seniors Card holders turning 100 will now receive the WA Seniors Card commemorative centenarian pin as a token of appreciation from the State Government for their contribution to WA communities.