Murder Mystery Helps Build Homes for Local Low Income Families

By: KOLOCares Email
By: KOLOCares Email

Truckee Meadows Habitat for Humanity is hosting its third annual Murder Mystery Event to raise money to build homes for local low income families. At the Brasserie St James on October 16th at 6pm attendees will find themselves in the midst of a creepy theatrical production that will involve their crime solving skills.

The evening includes a murder put on by the Utility Players, as well as appetizers, cocktails and a silent auction. It will prove to be a wonderfully entertaining evening. All of the proceeds from the event will go directly to Habitat for Humanity to help build homes for local, low income families.

Habitat for Humanity was established in Reno in 1991 and has built 29 homes for local families. This non-profit organization relies on donations and volunteers to help build a future for struggling families. Habitat for Humanity is finishing up two homes, as we speak.
“We are hoping for a successful event again this year, as we would like to complete the homes we are working on and get families moved in as soon as possible. We are excited to get to offer such a fun and unique event for the Reno/Sparks area. It is perfect for this time of year.” Says Christine Price, Executive Director at Habitat for Humanity.

For information please contact Andrea Santos at 323-5511 or by email at

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