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McKenzie Autumn Benefit Features “Midnight at the Masquerade” Murder Mystery on October 26

Will you be able to solve the mystery? That’s what attendees at McKenzie Health System’s Annual Autumn Benefit will determine during the murder mystery “Midnight at the Masquerade” event on October 26th. A “night of mystery, mayhem and murder” will feature masquerade attire, a 50/50 drawing, a full range of fabulous silent auction prizes, as well as a live auction. Guests will enjoy great food, fun, and dancing, with all proceeds going toward the purchase of the 3D mammography machine.

“Caring for the health of our community is our mission 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, and the financial limitations as a nonprofit organization in the world of healthcare are challenging, to say the least. That’s why philanthropy is so critical and can be such a game-changer,” said McKenzie Health System President and CEO Steve Barnett. “We truly appreciate the support and partnership of our local community, which allows us to provide the best care possible.”

The Autumn Benefit, which is hosted by the McKenzie Health System Autumn Benefit Committee and the McKenzie Health System Foundation Community Relations Committee, will take place at 6 p.m. at Mi-Dahs Well Banquet Hall located at 2381 Black River Street in Deckerville. Attendees will follow clues to determine “whodunit” along with actors from the Murder Mystery Co. The mystery “criminal” will be revealed, along with silent auction and 50/50 winners at the end of the evening.

Sponsorships and individual tickets, which cost $100, can be purchased by contacting Nina Barnett at 810-648-6127 or by ordering online at www.mckenziehealth.org/autumn-benefit.

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