Murder and Mystery at the Mansion

By Kendra Clark
February 8, 2001

by Kendra Clark

staff writer

Murder, mystery and dinner come to the mansion for an evening of socializing.

On Saturday, Feb. 10, the Cabrini College Social Committee will host Murder at the Mansion.

The event, which will start at 7 p.m., is exclusive for faculty, staff and their guests.

The event, which costs $40 per person, includes cocktails, dinner, dessert and clues.

Besides enjoying a dinner party, guests will be involved in a murder case. The object of the evening is to figure out who the murderer is.

The Social Committee has asked Lisa Williamson, a local writer from Wayne, to create the plot.

Along with Williamson, a professional actor and two students have been asked to act out the plot.

The guests will also be asked to play roles, which will lead to whom the murderer is.

The Social Committee, which hosted this event two years ago, is trying to hold the event every other year because, according to Ruth Richardson, coordinator of the event, “people had a great time.”

According to Richards, the last time the event occurred President Iadarola was the murderer, but nobody knows who will be the person this year.

The winner of the event will get to take home a congratulatory certificate stating that they were the winner of murder at the mansion.

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