Monday, July 20, 2015

'Not even our husbands knew!'

For three decades, nine women have kept a covert baking operation so under wraps that not even their husbands knew about it.

They call themselves 'The 9 Nanas,' and have been secretly whipping up, and delivering hundreds of pound cakes during the middle of the night in a grand scheme to help those in need.

And then before anyone can catch a glimpse of them, they quietly and quickly disappear back into their daily lives in West Tennessee.

Mary Ellen, one of the nine women, who are all aged between 54 and 72, told The Huffington Post: 'We give new meaning to the term drive-by.' 'We drive through low-income neighborhoods and look for homes with fans in the window.

That told us that the people who live there don't have air-conditioning. Full story...

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