Several well-known community members will star in the 11th Annual Asnuntuck Community College Foundation The Case of the Malted Falcon, Murder Mystery Dinner and Auction. The event will take place on Friday, March 28, 2014 beginning at 6 p.m., at the Holiday Inn in Enfield. Proceeds will benefit scholarships and student aid, Workforce Development and Student support for students attending Asnuntuck Community College.

Under the direction of Michael Helechu, Allied Community Services, The Case of the Malted Falcon takes place at the Asnuntuck Gallery of Amazingly Great Art (AGAGA) for the unveiling of the world famous sculpture, “The Malted Falcon.” This priceless bird statue was created by the renowned sculpture, the late Gertrude Hawkins. By the end of the evening, someone will be ruthlessly murdered at this event! Guests are sure to enjoy a fun filled and intriguing evening of dining, auctions and entertainment.

            Among those starring in The Case of the Malted Falcon are Angela Taylor, Hunt Leibert Jacobson-Hartford Law Firm; Gary Carra, Asnuntuck Community College; Jackie Agruso, Rockville Bank, Mike Helechu, Allied Community Services; John Tinnirella, First National Bank of Suffield, Carissa Pape, 360 Federal Credit Union; Michelle Hogan, Hair Studio at Four Corners; Chad Glabach, Follett Book Store; Rich Tkacz, Rich’s Oil Service; Gary Cote, The Hangman Wallpaper & Paint; Jo Ann Walk, State Farm Insurance; Gina Filossie and Tom Casey.

            Additional cameo roles will be played by Jim Lombella, Asnuntuck Community College and Jeff Sullivan, United Bank.

For more information, please call event organizer Chris Casey at Chris Casey Concepts at 860.698.6267.