SPOKANE, Wash. — Spokane's Riverview Retirement Community is putting its own spin on back-to-school photos this year.

The retirement community posted photos of their members that have information such as their name, age, where they went to school and what advice they would give to students.

"In the back to school spirit, our residents wanted to share some advice to all the kids who are headed to school this fall," a Facebook post by the group said.

Advice from the residents to current students included to volunteer, be kind to other students and to keep following their dreams.

"Don't do drugs and don't drink too much...but have fun," reads one chalkboard from 83-year-old Marlene.

Several signs read, "Treat others the way you'd like to be treated."

Karlyn, 84, reminded students that they should "make real good memories," as these years are the best of their lives. 

Some of the residents graduated from Spokane area schools, such as North Central, Lewis and Clark and West Valley High Schools.

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