Mystery Dinner Theater To Benefit Cancer Patients
"The Joseph Michael Chubbuck Foundation presents “Dead Silent: Florence of Moravia” a Mystery Dinner Theater to benefit cancer patients.
The Joseph Michael Chubbuck Foundation 501c3 cancer charity based in Rome is hosting 'Dead Silent: Florence of Moravia' by ACME Mystery Company is Friday, March 24, 2017, at Harts Hill Inn from 7 to 10 pm.
It's 1927 (the Roaring 20’s) and local radio personality Nevelle Haspin has invited you to the broadcast of a gala reception for silent film diva Lorraine Bowes who is making a film portraying hometown hero and notorious WWI spy Florence Goode a.k.a. Hata Mahma. Joining Lorraine will be her leading man, if he's sober, Roland DeHay, and Lorraine's agent, Harold "Hawk" Toohey. Arriving without an invitation is nationally syndicated gossip columnist Helena Handbasquet. Be careful. These celebrities autograph with poisoned pens!
Fundraising events to help the Joseph Michael Chubbuck Foundation sell out quickly, you can purchase your tickets online at www.thejmcf.org under the events tab or by calling the foundation office at 315-339-5993. Ticket price is $40/person & includes a family style dinner, dessert, and cash bar. Seating is limited to 230 people (8-10 per table) so get your tickets today.
The Joseph Michael Chubbuck Foundation offers financial assistance to cancer patients living in (or being treated in) Oneida, Herkimer, Madison, and Onondaga Counties. In 2016, the Foundation raised approximately $50,000 and gave away approximately $45,000.