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Fundraising event to include play and silent auction

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

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Putnam County Soil and Water Conservation District will conduct their first fundraising event Saturday, March 10, at the Dixie Chopper Conference Center at the Greencastle Airport. The event will feature a Drive-By Comedy Troupe, taking part in the "whodunit," skit, "Murder on Muckduck Mountain." Troupe members are (from left) Christopher Hansen, Ryan Niemiller, Rachelle M. Wilburn, Eric Wilburn and TJ Tincher. Not pictured: Narrator Travis Dillon.
GREENCASTLE -- The Putnam County Soil and Water Conservation District will conduct its first fundraising event Saturday, March 10, at the Dixie Chopper Conference Center at the Greencastle Airport.

Doors will open at 5:30 p.m., with dinner beginning at 6.

The thrilling original "whodunit" mystery, "Murder on Muckduck Mountain," will be performed throughout the evening with audience participation.

A silent auction will be available as well.

Many local vendors have donated to the auction and there is something for everyone.

A sampling of items available through the silent auction includes beekeeping lessons and bees, gift certificates from Almost Home, Farmer's Daughter, Red Barn, Tupperware products, Studio 31 products, 3-4 day resort get-away, and many more items.

The proceeds of the event will go toward continuing programs of the Soil and Water Conservation District.

Cost is $18 per person in advance. Only cash or check will be accepted.

Prior reservations are necessary. No tickets will be sold at the door.

The deadline for reservations is March 2.

For more information, call 765-653-7454.



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