Moyne resident Peg Muller is turning 100 and her family are planning a special celebration in Canowindra to mark the occasion.
Born Margaret Agnes Callan in Canowindra on January 31, 1920, the birthday girl has always been called Peg.
Peg has spent most of her life in Canowindra but did live overseas for a few years working as a nurse.
She also spent time in Sydney, Ballina and Wagga Wagga among other towns working as a nurse but she always returned to Canowindra.
She met and married Joe Muller in Canowindra in the late 1950s.
They had two children Joe and Sue.
Peg's son Joe and his partner Kerrie live in Canowindra and have two children Sienna and Callan.
Her daughter Sue and her husband Robert live in Wagga Wagga and have two children Scott and Belinda.
The family are presenting Peg with her letter from The Queen on her birthday at Moyne at around 2pm and are having a family and friends get together at the Canowindra CWA Hall Saturday, February 1 between 12 and 3 so people can swap stories and celebrate the milestone.
Peg will not be in attendance at the celebration to be held in the CWA Hall due to her health.
Family and friends are travelling from Port Macquarie, Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and towns along the way.
Peg was one of nine children and loves all her family.
She still knows everyone's birthdays without having to look them up.
Peg's daughter Sue said there are numerous people in Canowindra who can say Peg delivered their baby.
Should anyone like to attend they can contact Sue on 0405630287 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.