From: WBAL TV
In 1968, retired schoolteacher Beatrice Payne decided to take up bowling. Now, 43 years later, she is still honing her game every week at the lanes.
WATCH BEATRICE PAYNE’S STORY HERE
On Saturday, Payne will turn 102 years old.
Roberta Russell, a fellow bowler at senior bowling days describes Payne as “the most remarkable person she’s ever met.”
Miss B, as Payne’s friends call her, and her 97-year-old sister Louise show that staying active keeps you young.
“I would say the secret to longevity is keeping a clean life, treating others as you would like to be treated, and being kind to everyone,” said Payne.