On her 100th birthday, Friday, February 13, Frances Taylor of Lake Forest, California, took advantage of the Disney Parks “Free On Your Birthday” offer to celebrate with her extended family – four children, 10 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren – at Disneyland in Anaheim. She was greeted at the Main Entrance to Disneyland by Mickey Mouse and friends, who presented her with a 100th Birthday cake. In 1912, as she and her mother prepared to emigrate to the United States from their native Scotland, they were bumped from the passenger list of the Titanic. For her birthday, she boarded “the happiest cruise that ever sailed” to experience the newly refreshed and reopened “it’s a small world” attraction. Approximately 2 million people have registered for the Disney Parks “Free On Your Birthday” offer since it was announced last fall. Taylor’s daughter, Maggie Winn (far left), registered her for “Free on Your Birthday.”
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