Food & Drink

How a Meatless Town in California Made Turning 100 No Big Deal

Published On 01/26/2018 Published On 01/26/2018
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Lorna Waters, 90, walks herself to her swim aerobics class at the Drayson Center in Loma Linda, CA. | Photo: Joe Philipson; Animation: Jason Hoffman/Thrillist
Esther Jones, 68, and her husband Roy, 86, take a moment to thank God for their good health. | Joe Philipson / Thrillist
Lee Maxwell, 66, plays pickleball at one of the Drayson Center's Senior activities classes. Pickleball is like ping-pong, but standing on the table. | Joe Philipson / Thrillist
L: Yarmi Cheng, 64, of Loma Linda practices her backstroke. R: Instructor Sylvia Lindeman leads Gentle Yoga. | Joe Philipson / Thrillist
Tom Tran, 65, plays ping-pong at the Drayson Center in Loma Linda, CA. | Joe Philipson / Thrillist
Ilse Bent, plays pickle ball at one of the Drayson Center's Senior activities classes. | Joe Philipson / Thrillist