Health Care Association looking for state’s oldest living resident

SOUTH DAKOTA (SDHCA Press Release) – Who is the oldest living South Dakotan? Each year, the South Dakota Health Care Association’s (SDHCA) Century Clubsm seeks to find the answer! If you know of a South Dakotan born before May 23, 1911, he or she may be our state’s oldest living person, and SDHCA would like to honor him or her with the 2018 Centenarian of the Year award.

If you are aware of a South Dakota resident who may be a candidate for our Centenarian of the Year award, please contact SDHCA using the information below.

In addition, any South Dakotan aged 100 or older is eligible to be recognized as part of SDHCA’s Century Club. The Century Club is a free service provided by SDHCA, and each inductee receives a specially designed, framed certificate and membership card. The Century Club has inducted over 1,500 applicants since its founding in 1997. The Centenarian of the Year award is presented each July to the eldest living Century Club member.

If you have any questions or to request an application to the Century ClubSM, please contact LuAnn Severson, Century ClubSM Coordinator, South Dakota Health Care Association at 1-800-952-3052 or write: Century ClubSM, South Dakota Health Care Association, 804 N Western Avenue, Sioux Falls, SD 57104. Applications also available at www.sdhca.org.