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Pass It On®


About This Radio Ad

At 95 years young, Nola Ochs became the world’s oldest college graduate proving that it’s never too late to “Live Life.”

Live Life. Pass It On!

This radio ad about Live Life features Nola Ochs.

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Live Read for Radio Stations

A lot has changed from when Nola Ochs started school until the time she finished. At 95 years young, Nola became the world’s oldest college graduate. So no matter how old you are, live life and Pass It On. From The Foundation for a Better Life at Values.com.

Stations: Thank you for using the Live Read copy and airing the pre-recorded PSAs—we are happy to make these messages available for you and your listeners. Please note that The Foundation for a Better Life does not sponsor any type of program. Therefore, we ask that when using the Live Read copy or the PSAs please avoid language that indicates any sponsorship. We would appreciate your using the phrase: "This message is a courtesy of The Foundation for a Better Life at Pass It On.com."

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Nancy from NJ DECEMBER 9, 2017
I meant to put as if in my last comment

Nancy from NJ AUGUST 14, 2017
Nola I feel sure did live life ad if she were a typical college student and graduate yet in her 90's

Tom Beebe from tbeebe6535@yahoo.com NOVEMBER 18, 2011
Can you tell us a bit more about the inspiring Ms. Ochs? That family name is very distingished in the field of journalism, going back to an Adolph Ochs, for whom a highway up Lookout Mountain near Chattanooga is named.