WASHINGTON - Charity is timeless, and so are racy calendars.
A group of senior citizens from the Riderwood Retirement Community in Silver Spring are baring all to help their fellow residents. Proceeds from a calendar they have put together will go to the Benevolent Care Fund, helping those who have run out of money, WJLA reports.
Their decades of experience help them overcome the daunting task of stripping for the camera.
"I think that my 25 years with the D.C. police department has prepared me for anything, including this," Miss April Pat Howell tells the ABC affiliate.
The calendars cost $15 and are available online here.
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