Zachary “Talley-Man” Talley Benefit- Photo Booth

    Yesterday, we traveled to Elkhart, Indiana with the photo booth for a benefit for Zachary “Talley-Man” Talley. Zach is a young 15 year-old who suffers from Ataxia-telangiectasia, a rare genetic disease that attacks children, causing progressive loss of muscle control, immune system problems, and a high rate of cancer. Zach is confined to a wheelchair. The benefit was put on by a local Boy Scout troop that Zach is a member of. They hoped to raise enough money to purchase a handicap-accessible van and some much needed home remodeling to better accommodate Zach and his wheelchair. The spagetti dinner benefit was well attended. They had a silent auction, a bake sale, and numerous other activities that helped raised close to $6000 for Zach and his family. We donated 100% of the proceeds from the photo booth to Zach. It was nice to see so many people in Zach’s community supporting him and his family, and we were happy to be a part of it.

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    CGM Photography, Culver Photo Booth, and Culver Photos are not associated in any way to Fun Zone Photo Booths or Culver Photo Booths (with an s added at the end).

    Relay For Life Photo Booth

      Tonight I had the photo booth in Culver, Indiana for the annual Relay For Life fundraiser for the American Cancer Society at Culver Academy. The booth was huge hit with the kids and adults and we managed to raise some money for the cause.

      I’ve posted the photos from the evening for free download at:


      Operation Quiet Comfort

        Last night I traveled to Plymouth, Indiana to Memories Banquet Hall with the photo booth to participate in Operation Quiet Comfort’s Annual Support Dinner. It was a fun event with a lot of Veterans and people who care about the assisting the US Military.

        Before being asked to have the photo booth at their event, I had never heard of Operation Quiet Comfort. Their group is a national, non-profit group based in Plymouth, Indiana which puts together care packages to send to military hospitals for our injured troops. Some items typically sent might be: toothbrushes, deodorant, underware, socks, combs, and pajamas. They send items that the soldiers need on a daily basis that they would not have on them when they are injured. Almost always, they are transported directly to the hospitals. One thing I did learn about Operation Quiet Comfort last night- 100% of the funds they collect goes to the troops. Their management fees are $0 as everyone is a volunteer. They even pay for their own gas and lodging when they travel to their different chapters around the country. For more information about them, please visit-

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        Culver Academies Relay for Life Kick-Off

          Earlier today, I committed to having the photo booth at Culver Academies Relay for Life Kick-Off on January 12th. If you are around, be sure to stop in and have some fun in the photo booth.