(USA TODAY) -- How many people do you know who are over 90 years old? Of those few… how many of them volunteer, on their feet no less, multiple times a week? In the video above, meet two women who are making the world a better place (and making the rest of us lazy young'uns look bad).
They may have white hair and a few more wrinkles than most, but Mary Shy and Ruth Russell, 92 and 93-years-old respectively, volunteer a couple days a week at Sevier County Food Ministries in Tennessee. The ministry feeds hundreds of families each week and offers low cost clothing and household items. Mary and Ruth's devotion and spunk is enough to inspire anyone, and also enough to fool some of the other volunteers into thinking they're in their seventies.
Will they ever quit? "Well, maybe one of these days I'll get old, but not right now, I'm not ready for it," says Mary. You'll be shocked at how young they look in the video! We wonder what their secret is...maybe it's volunteering?
Here at the USA TODAY network, not only do we want to provide you with the current events of the day, but also a little dose of inspiration while you're getting your news fix. Inspiration Nation is our way of providing you with that jolt of good news to bring a smile to your day.
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