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Murder Mystery Theater

St. Dunstan’s SPARC youth group hosted a murder mystery theatre at the church in January. The event included over 140 attendants: 120 ticket-holders comprising of parishioners, family, and friends, along with 20 persons from the Interfaith Shelter that was hosted at St. Dunstan’s that month. The murder mystery theatre was a fun event that engaged both the youth (all actors, servers, and cooks were youth) and the attendants, who were asked to guess the murderer at the conclusion of the interactive play.  The event raised over $900 for the youth program.  Contact Danielle Regn at  dregn@stdunstans.org for more information.


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