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Mystery Dinner to benefit Make A Wish Foundation
Mystery Dinner to benefit Make A Wish FoundationMarch 28, 2006SU News ServicesSUnews@syr.edu
Are you interested in having a catered meal and taking part in a mystery performance while benefiting a great cause? If so, then the Mystery Dinner Theatre is for you. The Residence Hall Association is hosting the annual Mystery Dinner Theatre to benefit the Make A Wish Foundation on Tuesday, March 28, at 8 p.m. in the dining center of the Goldstein Student Center on South Campus. A fully catered dinner and dessert will be served, and those attending will have the chance to participate in a “whodunit” performance.
The Make A Wish Foundation works to grant wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions such as cancer or leukemia. It costs on average $5,000 to grant a child?s wish. All proceeds from dinner ticket sales and table sponsorships will go to the Make A Wish Foundation to help grant a wish.
The event is open to students, faculty, staff and the general public.Parking is free in the Goldstein Student Center lot. Tickets – available at theSchine Box Office – are $12 and a meal swipe for students with a meal plan, and$18 for all others. Those interested in sponsoring a table should contactSarina Fiero at firstname.lastname@example.org or Kristen Semrau email@example.com.