WRC’s Dinner Theater a Success

Laughter abounded at WRC's murder mystery dinner

Laughter abounded at WRC’s murder mystery dinner

(Clarion, PA) – WRC Senior Services hosted its first ever spring fundraiser, a Murder Mystery Dinner Theater, in April at the Park Inn by Radisson in Clarion.

Around $6,500 was raised for WRC Senior Services’ charitable care program.

Clarion Rotary Club at WRC Senior Services' murder mystery dinner

Members of the Clarion Rotary Club showed their support.

Charitable care is provided to the elderly who have exhausted their financial resources and cannot afford the full cost of their care.

WRC provides over half a million dollars in charitable care annually at its communities in Clarion, Jefferson and Elk Counties.

The show “Mobsters, Molls and Marinara” was performed by Pittsburgh’s Mystery’s Most Wanted dinner theater company and received rave reviews and lots of laughs from the audience.

Mystery's Most Wanted performsThe tickets were sold out for the event.

“We were so thankful for the support of our sponsors and the many community members who came out to watch the show,” said Director of Mission Advancement Morgan Davie. “Everyone seemed to have a wonderfully fun evening, supporting a great cause.”

There were multiple sponsors for the event including top supporters, Noelker and Hull, PCA Mission Pharmacy, Poole Anderson Construction and Arnett Carbis Toothman.

WRC Senior Services plans to make the dinner an annual event.

Cortney Ortz, Director of the new Villas at Water Run, and Faith O'Brien, Administrator of the new Highland Oaks at Water Run, welcomed attendees to the murder mystery dinner

Cortney Ortz, Director of the new Villas at Water Run, and Faith O’Brien, Administrator of the new Highland Oaks at Water Run, welcomed attendees to the murder mystery dinner.

In Clarion County, WRC operates Highland Oaks personal care home in Shippenville, Edgewood Heights personal care home in New Bethlehem, In Home Solutions home health care agency and the soon-to-open Water Run Landing in Clarion.

For more information about WRC, call 849-1205 or visit www.wrc.org.

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