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Maine’s 102-year-old ‘lobster lady’ shows no sign of slowing down

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Maine’s 102-year-old lobsterwoman, Virginia Oliver, proves that age is nothing but a number and has been trapping lobsters for more than nine decades. Oliver continues to work 3 days a week with her 79-year-old son and has no plan of retiring. NBC’s Kathy Park reports for Saturday TODAY.