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Centenarians remember changes in the Twin City since merger

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Posted: Saturday, May 11, 2013 12:00 am | Updated: 7:39 pm, Fri Jul 12, 2013.

When Sina Hayes was born, Winston and Salem were still separate towns. In fact, she remembers hearing about the consolidation of the two towns when she was in third grade.

Hayes, who will be 110 years old in June, was recognized as the oldest living resident in Winston-Salem at Friday’s centennial luncheon. The luncheon honored the 50 Winston-Salem residents who are or will be 100 years old or older in 2013, although only 30 attended.

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