From Army Times (www.armytimes.com)
The annual runup to Memorial Day, the holiday that honors the service and sacrifice of America’s armed forces, is traditionally accompanied by a wave of special offers for troops and veterans.
Most are quite mainstream — freebies or discounts on restaurant meals, amusement park tickets, store merchandise and the like.
But an outfit in Scranton, Kan., just south of Topeka, seeks to honor troops and veterans in a rather unusual way — it’s a nudist colony that is waiving all admission fees over the three-day holiday weekend to any guest who shows a military ID card or proof of military service.
Yes, the 30-acre Prairie Haven nudist colony and campground, which features tent and RV sites as well as cabins, wants to give troops and vets a free opportunity to soak up more sun than perhaps they’ve ever soaked up in their lives.
Brenda Hatfield, Prairie Haven’s office manager, said this will be the second year that the resort has offered free admission to troops and vets, after the staff realized that a few soldiers from Fort Riley, less than an hour’s drive away, had begun visiting.
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