VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., Sept. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- What brings together a group of semi-clad senior gentlemen, a city mayor, and Neptune - God of the Sea? The unveiling of one of the country's most hilarious and titillating charity fundraising calendars.
A new twist on pin-up girls, these calendar guys, ranging in age from 69 to 90, recently shed their inhibitions to bare it all (behind strategically placed props) for a 2010 "nearly nude" calendar, with sales benefiting their local Volunteer Rescue Squad. Fellow residents at the Atlantic Shores Retirement Community in Virginia Beach, Virginia, these fifteen active seniors (and one dog) are enjoying a late-stage brush with fame. And on September 22, 2009, the wraps are coming off -- the calendar, that is -- as "The Pin-Up Boys of Atlantic Shores" is officially unveiled.
Appropriately "dressed down" for the event, "The Boys" will arrive attired in bathrobes for the Unveiling Ceremony at 11:00 a.m. on September 22 at Atlantic Shores. Awaiting them will be throngs of adoring fans, as well as Virginia Beach City Mayor Will Sessoms, and Randy Sutton, "King Neptune" -- official ambassador of Virginia Beach's annual Neptune Festival.
Mayor Sessoms will proclaim September 22 as "Pin-Up Boys of Atlantic Shores/Princess Anne Courthouse Volunteer Rescue Squad Partnership Day," in the City of Virginia Beach, and officially present the first calendar to Donna Reinhart-Bourgelas, daughter of the late Don Reinhart, former Atlantic Shores resident who conceived the project which has energized the entire community.
The event will be a celebration of the combined talents which created the calendar, which involved extensive planning, elaborate photo shoots and photo-retouching, but was amazingly produced in just nine weeks, all directed by a committee of seniors at Atlantic Shores.
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