Several well-known community members will star in the 13th Annual Asnuntuck Community College Foundation "And Then There Was One", Murder Mystery Dinner and Auction. The event will take place on Friday, March 18th beginning at 6 p.m., at the Holiday Inn in Enfield. Proceeds benefit scholarships and student aid for students attending Asnuntuck Community College.
Under the direction of Michael Helechu, Allied Community Services, "And Then There Was One", a take-off of Agatha Christie's famous stage mystery, is all comedy filled with hilarious sight gags and dialogue. Ten people are brought together by a mysterious invitation to the "mansion". Not one of them knows the host, who is nowhere to be found. Still he has left an ominous recording that bodes evil for the guests. Like chocolate soldiers that inexplicably disappear from the mantel one by one and guests who begin to die one by one!
Among those starring in And Then There Was One are Sarah Babski, Western Mass News; Angela Taylor, Mass Mutual ; Gary Carra, Andy Pappas and Mike Stefanowicz, Asnuntuck Community College; Steve Patch, COCC; Suzanne Romano, First National Bank of Suffield; Crista Callaghan, Pioneer Continuing Care Providers; Fred Hall, Town of Enfield Police Department; Kate Garvey, McCaffrey Law Firm; Ray Peabody, Member of Town of Enfield Board of Education; Rich Tkacz, Rich's Oil Service; Gary Cote, The Hangman Wallpaper & Paint; Jo Ann Walk, State Farm Insurance.
Sponsorships are available which include a variety of marketing opportunities. For more information, please call event organizer Chris Casey of Chris Casey Concepts at 860.698.6267 or email email@example.com. To sponsor and/or attend the event, please go to www.asnuntuck.edu/donate.