‘Betty White Day’ to take place in hometown to celebrate what would’ve been her 100th birthday

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New York Daily News

A birthday celebration fit for a queen has pivoted to a memorial for the last of America’s treasured “Golden Girls.” On what would’ve been her 100th birthday, Betty White’s hometown is set to pay a fitting tribute to the late television icon. The star of landmark sitcoms such as “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” “The Golden Girls,” and “Hot in Cleveland” — who died Dec. 31 just three weeks shy of her Jan. 17th centennial — will have a day named after her in Oak Park, Illinois. Due to the nationally Martin Luther King Jr. holiday observance on Jan. 17, event organizer Lourdes Nicholls told The Daily…

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