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Jan 31 2013
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Thursday, 31 January 2013

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    Friday night Kodiak community members will have an opportunity to dabble into their detective instincts while helping a local nonprofit organization. Katie Johnston is the development officer for Hope Community resources and said money raised during the Kodiak murder mystery, auction and dinner will stay in Kodiak.
    She said the money goes toward programs for community members with disabilities, or helping meet individual needs.
    Johnston said this year’s “murder” takes place in Maui, and event attendees will have to solve the mystery using clues given throughout the evening. Johnston said a cast of characters will interact with the audience before and after dinner, and also act out scenes and conversations that hint at who the murderer is.
    Tickets cost $50, and include the dinner, auction and show. Johnston said tickets are available online at hope Alaska dot org. The night kicks off at 6 p.m. on Friday at the Kodiak Convention Center.

 
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