The first and third grade students of Immaculate Heart of Mary School in Philadelphia’s Roxborough section celebrated Nina Turzi’s 100th birthday Oct. 14 at the school.
The children sang “Happy Birthday” to Turzi, a long-time parishioner of Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish. The tech-savvy centenarian, who enjoys using the computer, also enjoys traveling to casinos and loves Italian cookies.
Parishioners say Turzi takes pride in her personal appearance and still regularly drives herself to a hairdresser.
IHM Parish and school were happy to be part of her special day.
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