Published February 15th, 2023
Longtime Orinda resident turns 100
Submitted by Louise Diracles
Nancy Dupuis Photo provided
Nancy Dupuis, who has lived in Orinda for 70 years, just turned 100 years old and still can navigate the internet like a pro. She was honored by her sisters in the Acalanes Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution for turning 100 and being a member for 40 years. Dupuis' mother and daughter were also members of the chapter. When Nancy was asked what kind of work do you do? This amazing woman replied that she was a "professional volunteer." Some of her many community jobs included: Cub Scout/Boy Scout Den Mother, Brownie/Girl Scout Leader, Sleepy Hollow Parents' Club member, Orinda Junior Women's Club member (raising money for the first Orinda Library), St. Stephens Sunday School Teacher, AAUW member (housing foreign students), counselor to high school girls at King's Daughters Home in Oakland, taught needlepoint and Mah Jong, and Parliamentarian for the Lamorinda Republican Women.

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