Betty Gaeng, 91, in the Humble House at Heritage Park on Saturday in Lynnwood. Gaeng will be recognized for work on local history at the Lynnwood City Hall on Monday evening. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Betty Gaeng, 91, in the Humble House at Heritage Park on Saturday in Lynnwood. Gaeng will be recognized for work on local history at the Lynnwood City Hall on Monday evening. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Betty Lou Gaeng, 91: “I don’t just write history. I am history.”

The Lynnwood woman is being honored Monday with a key to the city.

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