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Saturday February 13th, 2016 12:21PM

Friends of the Hall County Library fund raiser set for late April

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - Friends of the Hall County Library will soon be holding its annual murder mystery dinner theater, a fund raiser for the group.<br /> <br /> Advance tickets are now available and volunteers are still needed to help with the event.<br /> <br /> "Murder on the Strip" will be performed the weekend of April 25-26. <br /> <br /> The plot centers around the death of Wally "Magic Fingers" Literace, who is found dead in his office in Las Vegas.<br /> <br /> Suspects will be played by Friends of the Library members, library staff, and local celebrities including baseball Hall of Fame pitcher Phil Niekro and Flowery Branch Mayor Mike Miller. <br /> <br /> Two performances will be offered, one on Friday, April 25 and one on Saturday, April 26. Each will take place from 6:00-9:30 at the Spout Springs Library. A Las Vegas inspired dinner will be served. Attendees may BYOB. Tickets are $40 each and must be purchased in advance. The event will also feature a silent auction. <br /> <br /> To purchase your tickets or receive more information, call 770-532-3311 x134 or email lmackinney@hallcountylibrary.org. Seating is limited.<br /> <br /> Would-be volunteers should contact Virginia Hale at halev@earthlink.net.
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