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LACE is an absolutely hilarious altruistic troupe of professional spokes characters who support worthy endeavors all over America including AIDS awareness, Breast Cancer, Toys for Tots, Homeless Children and, more recently, The Right to Vote and Safe Sex Education. Just imagine a cross between The Marx Brothers and Mrs. Doubtfire!
But make no mistake; LACE is a tightly-disciplined, professional troupe of philanthropic professionals who, for nearly a decade, have been bringing their own humorous touch to numerous special events, charities, and fund-raisers with outstanding success and acclaim from their audience. In fact, the community reaction to these gray haired matronly clowns is nothing short of extraordinary!
“Maud, Pearl, Edna, and Agnes” are unquestionably the wackiest grannies in cameos whether they are visiting hospitals and hospices or touring colleges and universities promoting healthcare options, drug abstinence & safe sex practices.
Each of these hilarious ladies has their own unique personality and sense of humor. Outrageous but always appropriate, the Ladies’ Auxiliary for Cultural Enrichment are the zaniest gals in oxfords! Now, LACE has released two music videos titled, “Mid-Day Bus to Barstow” and “Down With Christmas” which can currently be viewed on YOUTUBE.
LACE is available to promote and support worthy causes nationwide and to provide their own madcap brand of fun and humor to almost any event in order to, in their own inimitable words, “Enrich our culturally bleak and artistically desolate society.”
LACE stands for the Ladies Of Cultural Enrichment. Spanning over 6 decades, we know culture, we know about life, we know comedy, we know how to put on a show. Get to know us, you'll be quite vexed if you dont!
It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words; and you’ll find quite a few more photos (and some biographies) of these wacky old ladies at: www.lacegrannies.com
Unique traits: We span over 6 decades of Cultural Enrichment