The Nifty at 90 series in today's newspaper spotlights Mary Berlin of Seneca. The article was submitted by Beth Heller.

If you run into Mary Berlin around town and ask her what her secret is to staying so active at her age, she might tell you that it's keeping your mind and body agile.

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