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Foster, 100, still man about town


Added 13 January 2018


Clyde Foster strolling through the neighbourhood on his way to taking a bus. (Picture by Reco Moore.)

Clyde Foster has done a lot of things in his time.

That is to be expected since he is 100 years old.

However, that does not stop him from going about his everyday chores that include riding the bus, going to church and generally taking care of himself while looking out for others in his Waterhall Land, Eagle Hall, St Michael district. (BARBADOS NATION)


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