ST. JOSEPH — Lifelong individuality and offering people choices is what aging is all about, Lynn Kellogg said Thursday during the open house of the Lynn and Freeborn Kellogg Campus for Creative Aging.

“It doesn’t matter if you have no money or lots of money. It doesn’t matter. We just want to do our thing ... until we don’t,” Kellogg told the more than 50 people who gathered at the St. Joseph campus at 2920 Lakeview Ave.

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An open house is held Thursday for the renaming of the Lynn & Freeborn Kellogg Campus for Creative Aging in St. Joseph.

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Christine Vanlandingham, CEO for Region IV Area Agency on Aging, left, and U.S. Rep. Fred Upton congratulate former CEO Lynn Kellogg, right, during an open house held Thursday for the renaming of the Lynn & Freeborn Kellogg Campus for Creative Aging in St. Joseph.

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