An Atlanta woman in Georgia is celebrating a major milestone Saturday afternoon, Aug. 24, 2019: her 100th birthday!
Doris Hardy was born on Aug. 25, 1919, and spent her life in Atlanta, according to A.G. Rhodes Nursing Home.
Hardy worked for Coca-Cola in the Atlanta-based company’s foodservice departments, where she received numerous awards for her service.
She was married to Charlie Hardy for 50 years and had four children—two sons and two daughters.
Some of her hobbies are shopping, baking, and cooking. Hardy is a lifelong member of Zion Grove Baptist Church and enjoys attending church services. She also loves spending time with her family.
She was crowned Miss A.G. Rhodes 2019 in a recent pageant, FOX5 Atlanta reported.
Her retirement home will be holding a birthday party for her Saturday afternoon at the A.G. Rhodes Home near Grant Park.