97-year-old Richmond park ranger is a Glamour Magazine 'woman of the year'

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97-year-old Richmond park ranger named a Glamour 'woman of the year'
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LIFE GOALS: Bay Area native Betty Soskin, 97, is not only still active as a National Park ranger, she's Glamour Magazine's lifetime achievement winner as part of this year's 2018 Women of the Year honorees.

RICHMOND, Calif. (KGO) -- She's a mother, an artist, an activist, the country's oldest national park ranger, and now Betty Soskin is being recognized by Glamour Magazine.

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The 97-year-old is among the 2018 Women of the Year honorees.

Soskin is the magazine's lifetime achievement winner.

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