How does Granny pay for American Legion Post Kitchen? Getting naked, of course
Lake Helen American Legion Post 127 was having some problems finding the funds bringing their kitchen up to state code, since it would cost over $10,000 to do the repairs. So, members of the post – women in their mid-40′s to late-80′s – did what any self-respecting grannies would do to raise the funds.
Taking an idea from a movie, they showed some skin, took some racy photos, and are selling a calendar to raise the money to repair their kitchen.
Bad Photoshop skills aside, where the grannies appear to be floating over backgrounds, the photos remain tasteful. Pat Chadwick, editor of the Lake Helen Observer newsletter, assured an interviewer that the grannies were all dressed. ”They all had clothes on,” clarified Chadwick, who photographed the women. “You just don’t know that.” Well-placed props, like flower bouquets and Photoshop kitties, protect the women’s modesty.
Priced at $13, the Lake Helen Grannies have to sell $800 copies to raise the funds to repair their kitchen. Even if they don’t succeed, the ladies are proud of their efforts. Miss December, Sharon Cremen, 67, said, “We are not all over the hill yet. We’ve still got some life in us.”
You can help the Lake Helen Grannies out by buying a copy of the calendar. Contact Pat Chadwick: email@example.com.