Northeast Ohio Assisted Living Residents Strip Down for Sexy Calendar

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SCREENSHOT FROM AKRON BEACON JOURNAL, PLEASANT POINTE ASSISTED LIVING
  • Screenshot from Akron Beacon Journal, Pleasant Pointe Assisted Living

Residents of Barberton's Pleasant Pointe Assisted Living recently stripped down and posed for a 2015 calendar to benefit a local Kiwanis club.

“That morning of the shoot … the residents were like 20-year-olds — giggling, and having the time of their lives," Pleasant Pointe administrator Teresa Morris told the Akron Beacon Journal.



The calendar, which features 87-year-old Dottie Rutte in a rose petal bubble bath (pictured), 88-year-old Velda Vogt, who is clad only in a green top hat, and a handful of other residents, is selling for $12. Proceeds will benefit the Magic City Kiwanis club for the Esther Ryan Shoe Fund, which is striving to outfit Barberton City Schools students with footwear. 

Head over to ABJ for a couple more photos, and details on how you, too, can purchase this calendar.


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