“It’s for such a good cause,” offered Anne Moore, 92. “And it’s a lot of fun.”
Some of the seniors featured in the 2015 calendar jumped at the chance to do it again. After all, how many of us can say we’ve been a centerfold?
When the story of the 2015 calendar went viral, wire services, the Washington Post, U.S. News & World Report and the Huffington Post took notice. The models were interviewed on television and autographed calendars.
During a visit to a restaurant, someone told [95-year old resident Wilma] Purvis, who was in this year’s calendar with her late sister, Norma Elfrink, that he recognized her.
“How do you know me?” asked 2016’s Miss March.
“I saw you in a calendar.”
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