Scott County Partnership Hosts Annual Mystery Dinner “Murder at the Anonville Manor”

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October 13, 2019
The historical Anonville Manor closed for business years ago because of a desperate need for restoration and daft rumors of ghost hauntings. The previous owners abandoned the rundown property, never turning back. A secretive entrepreneur purchased the old ‘Bed and Breakfast’. The property has undergone renovations, and the owner announced to the media that the manor is free of paranormal activity and has been restored to the pristine caliber of the good ole’ days when the estate was frequented by the rich and famous. 
 
The proprietor has chosen to remain anonymous, but the townsfolk have found that choice to be quite mysterious. An exclusive group of guests have received invitations to the grand opening dinner party to be held in the legendary Majestic Promenade Ballroom of the estate. The guests are intrigued, but apprehensive, as not everybody on the invite list gets along well, and sparks could fly. 
 
This is where the story begins. Don’t miss this exciting evening of murder and mayhem at the Scott County Partnership’s 3rd Annual Murder Mystery Dinner on Saturday, November 2, from 6 to 9 pm, in the Mid-America Science Park Banquet Hall. 
 
The cost is $40 per person or $300 for a table of 8 for Dinner and a Show. All attendees are encouraged to dress as they would for a nice dinner party. For tickets, please contact Michelle Shelton at 812-752-6365.
 
Come see some of your community leaders acting in some great roles, including: State Representative and Superintendent Terry Goodin, State Senator and Business Owner Chris Garten, Prosecuting Attorney Chris Owens, Austin Pastor Billy Snowden, Austin Middle School Principal Darcie Goodin, Scottsburg Middle School’s Jane Naugle, Scott County Health Department’s Patti Hall, Fashion in Flower’s Sara Helton, Crumbles’ Susanna Bard, Photographer Alex Grace, Bethel Baptist Pastor Bruce Bridgewater, Centerstone’s Kathy Christoff, Ellen Owens, Byron Holland, and back by popular demand, Scott County EMS Trainer and Austin High School Spanish Teacher, Tammy Davis, as the formidable investigative reporter.
 
Nearly 200 people attended this sidesplitting stimulating event last year. It’s one night not to miss in Scott County! Don’t delay, call Michelle Shelton at the Scott County Partnership, 812-752-6365. Feel free to leave a message.