Murder mystery dinner benefits Dispute Resolution Center


Who doesn’t love a mystery?

And who doesn’t love dinner?

The Dispute Resolution Center Of Grays Harbor & Pacific Counties is hoping the combination translates to a successful fundraising opportunity Saturday, Feb. 23.

The Dispute Resolution Center provides an impartial process to help people in the community resolve their differences. Agreements are voluntary and services include issues such as family disputes, workplace mediation, small claims, and neighborhood or landlord conflicts. The Center management says its mediators are “committed to acting objectively in an atmosphere of respect nd compassion.”

This is the second year for the fundraising dinner murder mystery. This one is at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Aberdeen at 6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23. The mystery is set in 1926 at a country estate filled with eccentric English aristocrats, murder and intrigue. During dinner, guests will become involved in an interactive “who-done-it” mystery and will be called upon to find the clues and catch the murderer.

“The players last year had so much fun,” said Donna Hallock, executive director. “We couldn’t wait to start planning for this year’s mystery.”

Guests are welcome to get into the spirit and dress in period clothing, and prizes will be awarded for the best sleuths. Tickets are still available and cost $45 each or $80 for two. For more information or to purchase tickets contact the Dispute Resolution Center at: 532-8950 or donnah@drcghp.org