Have you noticed the ads in the Too Late to Classify section of The SUN about folks being unable to locate a famous geneticist last seen playing cards at Ms. Boudoirs’s Echo Manor Inn?
You can join local sleuths April 21 at 6:30 p.m. at Winslow-on-the Shire when the mystery of his disappearance will be solved.
As it turns out, several expected attendees for the all-classes “high school reunion” have failed to appear. At first, there’s mild surprise but, as the intrigue builds and more clues are discovered, it soon becomes a wild search for a “murderer.” Could it be one of their classmates or even one of the faculty? Unthinkable!
Or is it?
Presented by LASSO, this important fund-raiser promises to be an eventful evening filled with marvelous food and merriment. Come dressed like you did in high school and have a chance to win a prize for best costume. Help figure out “Who dun it!” at Winslow on the Shire, 3366 U.S. 84, while enjoying a light dinner and cash bar. You’ll be supporting kids and horses as you solve the “murder” mystery.
Tickets are available at Home Again and Pagosa Feed and Nursery or by calling 264-9355 or 264-0095. Tickets are $40 per person in advance or $45 at the door.
LASSO, Large Animal Support Southwest Organization, is a non-profit 501(c)(3) that was founded in 2000 as a horse rescue. Today, it is much more than that. Everyday, members assist horse owners in a variety of ways from re-homing, placing horses in foster homes, lending temporary assistance through its horse food bank, gelding and even euthanasia, when necessary. For the last four years, once a week in the fall and spring, it has provided equine-assisted therapy to the special needs children from the school district. In addition, LASSO hosts the equine Special Olympics three-day event each summer. If you would like to make a contribution or volunteer your time and talent to any of these programs, call one of the above numbers.