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Retirement Home Resident Purchases Ad Space to Air Message

A 94-year-old resident of Steeple Chase Manor Retirement home in Franklin, Tennessee, chose to complete her bucket list by purchasing five seconds of advertising space on her local TV station to air the simple message--"Love one another." Shirley Batchelder, said she had had a wonderful life, full of experiences and was married 57 years.

Of her husband, she said “He was dark, curly hair, handsome as can be." She also talked of her bucket list saying “I said there is one thing. I want to put an ad on television.” Batchelder said she will leave its interpretation up to viewers. The text was white against a black background.

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