REPORTING · 22nd September 2010
I'm sure many of you may have a 'Clue' of Murder & Mystery games or parties. Have you ever been part of one? If not, you can be.
On Saturday October 2nd, members and friends of Terrace Anti-poverty will be hosting 'Mystery at the Auction', a fundraiser for Terrace Anti-Poverty, which has been billed as a night of fun with a back drop of mystery.
This event, scheduled to be held at Thornhill Community Centre, is organized by Jeannine Knox, Chair of Terrace Anti-Poverty Society and Eryn Griffith, owner of Urban Colour.
This event will raise much needed money for the 14th Annual Children's Christmas Tree Campaign.
"The success of this event will enable us to have a Christmas event and gifts for low income families," said Knox.
Organizers are inviting people to come dressed as a character listed on the tickets and to try solve the mystery.
Knox added that participants can expect an interactive evening set in the mid 30's, filled with drama, action and fun.
Tickets are available at the office of MLA, Robin Austin, Urban Colour and Terrace Anti-Poverty.
Checkout attached documents for more detailed info on characters, plot and general info.
For more info call, 6354631