Sacramento Kings Help Fan Ring in 105th Birthday

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A special birthday celebration was put together for a very special woman Friday. Carolyn Lindgren was surrounded by family and friends and some unexpected guests at her 105th birthday.

Among her loved ones in the room, you could see a little purple and a little fur. Former Kings player Henry Turner, cheerleaders and Slamson surprised Lindgren at her birthday party.

"I never have been more surprised ever," she said.

The birthday treat was put together by Eskaton Care Center where Lindgren lives. The Kings organization jumped at the opportunity to make this day one to remember.

"Whenever you get a chance to see someone or talk to someone that's clicked over 105 years that's a special thing," said former Kings player Henry Turner.

Lindgren's favorite team showing up at her party wasn't the only good part of the day. Her family traveled from near and far to celebrate with her.

"So much support so much love," said her daughter Judy Watson.

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