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Elizabeth Celms/Mercer Island Reporter Kirsten Sands (above) shows her two sons photographs of their great-grandmother, Pauline Andrews, who celebrated her 100th birthday at the Community Center on Sunday, Jan. 6. Andrews was surrounded by loving family members from across the country, including her youngest great-grandchild, 5-week-old Elliot Sands (left).   -
Elizabeth Celms/Mercer Island Reporter Kirsten Sands (above) shows her two sons photographs of their great-grandmother, Pauline Andrews, who celebrated her 100th birthday at the Community Center on Sunday, Jan. 6. Andrews was surrounded by loving family members from across the country, including her youngest great-grandchild, 5-week-old Elliot Sands (left).
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Pauline Andrews celebrated her 100th birthday at the Mercer Island Community Center on Sunday, Jan. 6. Andrews was surrounded by loving family members from across the country, including her youngest great-grandchild, 5-week-old Elliot Sands. Andrews has lived on the Island for more than 30 years and resides at Covenant Shores. Despite her age, the Islander is “sharp as a tack,” her family says.

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