This is a rough solution that may be of some help.
Via Google Chrome I used the "Readability Redux" extension to strip and convert the webpage into a clean readable version. I then used the "Google Translate" extension to translate the page to "rough" Russian. Then printed the result to PDF.
Print to PDF:
On Linux I have native support for this. There must be a free Windows or Mac program that you can install which will allow you to choose "print to PDF" instead of just your "Printer". You cannot use a "Save Webpage to PDF" like extension as they all use the URL of the page which is always the original not the readable translated one. You need to actually print the page and choose the "to PDF" as the printer in whatever printer dialogue window you have.
1. Open URL in Chrome: http://whole9life.com/2010/03/the-grain-manifesto/
2. Click "Readability Redux" extension button. You can change the font size in "Options" for the extension.
3. Click "Google Translate" extension button. Choose "View this page in: Russian", than "Translate".
4. Right click on page and choose "Print".
5. Choose "Print to PDF" or the like.
Here is the result of my example: http://toshine.org/pull/whole9life-the-grain-manifesto-russian.pdf
This way you can possibly grab some good web-resources and pass them to your folks as PDFs or merely just print them out for them.