The Clinic hosts Murder Mystery Dinner April 14 at RiverCrest Golf Club
PHOENIXVILLE » The characters were cast, the script was finetuned and rehearsals went without a hitch. Then COVID struck, and The Clinic’s first Murder Mystery Dinner was canceled in late March of 2020. This year, the event is back (for the first time) and better than ever on April 14 at RiverCrest Golf Club.
“We can’t wait to finally host our first Murder Mystery Dinner, after a twoyear wait,” said Beth Flor, The Clinic’s development director. “The event promises to be a fun night with good food and an entertaining, interactive show. This year is especially meaningful because it marks The Clinic’s 20th year of operation, so we’re planning a big, celebratory year filled with many exciting events.”
Doors open at 6 p.m., and participants at the Murder Mystery Dinner will enjoy a cocktail hour scavenger hunt, followed by dinner and the live show. After mingling with the characters, hearing their stories and inspecting the evidence, guests will be tasked with identifying the killer and the motive.
Tickets are $100 and can be purchased at theclinicpa.org/dinner. All proceeds support The Clinic’s mission of providing quality, comprehensive medical care to our uninsured neighbors. Unique, interactive sponsorship opportunities for local businesses can be found on The Clinic’s website at https://www.theclinicpa.org/ or by emailing email@example.com.
About The Clinic
The Clinic is a nonprofit medical facility providing comprehensive, quality healthcare to the uninsured. Services are provided by staff and volunteer doctors and nurses. Along with primary care, The Clinic provides specialty care services, including pediatrics, cardiology, allergy, gynecology, orthopedics and counseling services. The Clinic offers an in-house laboratory, medications and diagnostic testing provided by the Paoli Hospital under its Charity Care Program. In its history, The Clinic has provided more than 150,000 patient visits to the community and celebrates its 20th year of operation this year.