Advice for living to be 100: ‘Live your best, day to day’

Long before farm to table was a trendy way of dining, it was a way of life for Ruth Campbell. The Eaton native lived on a farm her whole life, and the fresh produce and eggs helped her family get through the Great Depression. There must be something to eating fresh and locally, too—Ruth is going on 103 in September.
“Plus, when you live on a farm, you have to be pretty active,” Ruth said. “I got a lot of exercise.”

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