Drama society puts on murder mystery
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TVHS drama students prepare for murder mystery Saturday. Shown standing are: Emily Gerardi, Caitlyn Reilly, Willow Holschuh, Christine Reilly, Ellen Boles, Aaron Boles; in the front is: Jessica Reilly, Tucker Boyd, and Megan Kehoe.
TVHS drama students prepare for murder mystery Saturday. Shown standing are: Emily Gerardi, Caitlyn Reilly, Willow Holschuh, Christine Reilly, Ellen Boles, Aaron Boles; in the front is: Jessica Reilly, Tucker Boyd, and Megan Kehoe.
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WILMINGTON- Join the Twin Valley High School Drama Society for a night of food, fun, and murder. With All Hallows Eve approaching, host Neville Aster-Night has decided to throw a party. However, it seems that the beloved host has gone missing. Join eight other ghoulish guests like Madame Aretha Garlique and The Mummy of King Aldrinktotat for a fun Halloween-themed night.

This party will be held at Twin Valley High School on Saturday, October 26, at 5:30 pm. Admission is $10. Food will be served, laughs will be shared, and a murderer will be discovered.

Advance reservations (prior to 3 pm Friday) can be made by calling (802) 464-5255.
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