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Betty White fans at Mass. celebrate the 100th anniversary of the late actress

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Fans across the country, including in Massachusetts, paid their respects to the late Betty White on Monday, celebrating the Hollywood icon on what would have been her 100th birthday. .The last screening at Lux’s Showcase Cinema in Woburn at 7pm was sold out.Sisters-in-law Danielle and Meaghan Kavanagh went to watch the documentary Betty White in Woburn while wearing bespoke shirts which featured the actress’ silhouette and read, “Thank you for being a friend.” They also wore face masks with the message: “Happy Birthday Betty! have their 15 minutes of fame, not 70 years,” Meaghan Kavanagh said. veterinary care and services that we have for our in-house shelter animals, but also our community outreach programs and field service programs,” said Anna Chaletzky, animal care and transportation officer for the American Rescue League. from Boston. As part of the Betty White Challenge, the Los Angeles Zoo reported a 240% increase in giveaways.

Fans across the country, including in Massachusetts, paid their respects to the late Betty White on Monday, celebrating the Hollywood icon on what would have been her 100th birthday.

The documentary “Betty White: A Celebration” screened in 1,500 locations across the country, including dozens in Massachusetts.

The last screening at Showcase Cinema de Lux in Woburn, which took place at 7 p.m., was sold out.

Sisters-in-law Danielle and Meaghan Kavanagh went to watch the Betty White documentary at Woburn while wearing tailored shirts that featured the actress’ figure and read, “Thank you for being a friend.” They also wore face masks with the message: “Happy Birthday Betty!”

“I remember as a kid watching ‘The Golden Girls’ with my grandma and it became something I did as an adult,” Danielle Kavanagh said.

“People have their 15 minutes of fame, not 70 years,” Meaghan Kavanagh said.

Following White’s death on New Year’s Eve, the Betty White Challenge was launched to encourage people to donate to their favorite animal charity.

“It will depend on the direct animal care and veterinary service we have for our in-house shelter animals, but also our community outreach programs and our field service programs,” said Anna Chaletzky, care worker and animal transport for the American Rescue. Boston League.

As part of the Betty White Challenge, the Los Angeles Zoo reported a 240% increase in giveaways.