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Last Week to Purchase Tickets for PACS’ Third Annual Murder Mystery Comedy Dinner Show & Silent Auction

There are only a couple of days left to order tickets for PACS' Third Annual Murder Mystery Comedy Dinner Show & Silent Auction
What could be more rewarding than joining your friends for an evening of laughter, drama, and mystery while supporting an organization instrumental to providing assistance for basic human needs - food, shelter, heat, - to individuals and families in crisis in the Phoenixville area?

Make plans now to attend the 3rd Annual Murder Mystery dinner show to benefit Phoenixville Area Community Services (PACS), slated for Friday, March 26 at RiverCrest Golf Club and Preserve, 100 Golf Club Drive, Phoenixville, PA. The “celebration” begins at 6:00 p.m. You will be treated to an enjoyable evening of food and entertainment, where you take part in solving the “crime.”

Ticket price is $75 per person and includes hors d’oeuvres, sit down dinner with a choice of chicken, fish or vegetarian meals, non-alcoholic beverages and the show. A cash bar will be available.

PACS will also host a silent auction of exciting theme baskets. One basket includes a weekend getaway to the Poconos. Other popular baskets feature 6 tickets to a Penn State football game, or if you prefer baseball -6 tickets to the Reading Phillies. Whether you enjoy improving your golf score, dining out in Phoenixville, a little pampering or fun for the kids – you’ll find a basket to bid on that is perfect for you!

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

There are a limited number of tickets available. Don’t be left out…Buy your tickets today by calling PACS at 610-933-1105 or e-mailing development@pacsphx.org.

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