Clermont Senior Services benefit from killer night out

Characters, third from the left, Smut Peddler MJ West (Mary Jane West of Batavia) and Mafia Don Lou Zar (Murder Mystery Company, second from the left) share evidence with community members Mick McLaughlin (far left) of Cincinnati and Rich Wright (far right) of Owensville.
Clermont Senior Services hosted a charity murder mystery “Whodunit” dinner June 6.

Proceeds support programs such as Transportation, Meals-on-Wheels, Home Care, Adult Day Services and much more.

Presented by Superior Home Care and National Bank & Trust, “Crime & Pun-ishment,” an award winning 1920’s gangster-land murder mystery, is set in Mafia Don Lou Zar’s Speakeasy, where there are plenty of gangsters, flappers and freshly bootlegged drinks!

Audience participation was encouraged, and 150 guests enjoyed bribing and questioning suspects, and comparing notes to solve the infamous crime!

“Clermont Senior Services has grown and thrived for more than 40 years with the support of the community. All of our efforts to raise money for elderly citizens would not be successful without the support of our very generous sponsors, our loyal attendees, and our dedicated volunteers. Together, we are making a difference in the lives of all those touched by our services,” Cindy Gramke, Executive Director said.

To help improve the quality of life for older adults, call (513) 724-1255.