Government officials joined the family and friends of Elaine Pivotte to celebrate her 107th birthday last week Tuesday.
Pivotte who is now the oldest woman in Grenada was also joined by Grenada’s first female Governor General, Dr. Cecile La Grenade.
The centenarian who resides at the Gift of Love, Mother Theresa’s Home in St David’s was dressed in her finest as she celebrated her birthday that was described as a milestone in Grenada.
Tokens of appreciation were provided by the Elderly Desk of the Ministry of Social Development.
The island’s female heads of state was pleased to see the centenarian in good health and presented her with a gift basket that contained some goodies and toiletries.
“This will make you enjoy life a little more, and may you have many more happy days in this Home”, the Governor General told Pivotte.
The aged lady also received flowers and more goodies from Minister for Social Development, Delma Thomas who told said that the flowers were to “brighten up” Pivotte’s life.
She also thanked her for the contribution she made to Grenada.
“We hope a lot of us could live as you do, but we really want to know what you did”, the Minister prompted.
The 107 year old gracefully kept it a secret and Minister Thomas imagined that she lived a “good life”.
The celebration included singing by the visitors and nurses at the Home.