MACON, Ga. — A Macon woman turned 100 Saturday, but by her lifestyle, you wouldn't know she is a century old.

Emma B. Lee still lives on her own, cooks, works in the yard, and goes to church every Sunday.

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Family and friends gathered at Glorious Hope Baptist Church to celebrate.

Lee says the trick to living this long and still enjoying life comes from her faith.

"Well the Lord, I said the Lord let me do what I want to do. I just thank him for everything. He's been good to me, I just thank him, I just thank him, thank him, and thank him," Lee said.

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Lee says her favorite memory growing up is going to church.