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PACS 2nd Annual Murder Mystery Dinner Show

On Saturday, March 28th, Phoenixville Area Community Services (PACS) is hosting their 2nd Annual Murder Mystery Dinner Show. From an email I received:

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Holiday gift idea - PACS' 2nd Annual Murder Mystery dinner event

If you need a unique holiday gift idea, consider tickets to Phoenixville Area Community Services (PACS) 2nd Annual Murder Mystery Dinner Show planned for March, 2009.

"I Love You to Death" invites you to be a guest at a wedding reception. Unfortunately, at this wedding someone is murdered! There will be mystery, drama and lots of laughs! During the investigation, audience members participate by questioning suspects, examining clues and figuring out motives. And whoever solves the crime wins a prize!

Ticket price is $75 per person and includes hors d’oeuvres, three course dinner, non-alcoholic beverages and the show. Wine and beer cash bar available.

Join us on Saturday, March 28, 2009 at Robert Ryan’s Columbia Station, 4 Bridge Street, Phoenixville, PA. The reception begins at 6:00 p.m. Don’t keep the bride and groom waiting!

Proceeds benefit PACS’ charitable mission – connecting Phoenixville area residents with community resources and emergency assistance.

For information and tickets, contact PACS at 610-933-1105 or development@pacsphx.org.
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