Virginia Guffey, 87, credits her positive outlook to her upbringing during the Depression. “I don’t worry about anything I can’t do anything about,” she says. “During the Depression days, you learned to work and work. And you learned to accept a lot of things….” She counts chopping wood and shoveling coal among her chores while growing up. Her father was in poor health so she and her six siblings “knew there were jobs to do,” and they did them without complaint.