It was an hilarious, mind-bending, woman-less "beauty" pageant last night at the Calhoun County Park, raising over $1000 for the American Cancer Society. Minnie Hamilton Health Care Center's Relay for Life Team, called the "Heaven's Helpers" sponsored the contest which featured nearly a dozen men dressed as women.

The woman-less pageant winner "Queen Queenie"

The contestants anxiously wait for the awards

The event concluded with the crowing of the pageant winner "Queen Queenie," a well-known local politician who said this could be the end of his public career. Several of the other performers received special recognition.

It was standing room only in the park barn, the audience more than amused at the performances of local men who volunteered to perform.

Standing room only for fund-raiser

Could this be Aunt Bea?

WVRC Radio personality, a spectacle himself, was MC for the program, which called for the contestants to dance, participate in a "pretty" legs contest, answer questions, demonstrate talent and appear in evening wear.

Toby Wagoner of WVRC MC's contest

Who has the craziest legs?

Jenny Mullenax Whitehair and Shannon Jones sang for the audience. The crowd rolled in laughter throughout the two-hour show.

Judges for the event, Grantsville Mayor Don Harris, Shirley Hupp, Dr. Doug Bennett and Angie Hersman. Auditors, Debbie Walker and Charlene Perkins.

Judges have difficult decision with such "enormous" talent

Is this a "pretty" lady?

The opening ceremony for Relay for Life will be held on Friday, June 29 at the Glenville State College Track beginning at 7 p.m. Dozens of Calhoun residents will participate in the "Celebration of Life," with cancer survivors participating in the first lap.

Toby interviews "hard-living" gal

Boogie on down

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