The Cloudcroft Light Opera Company (CLOC) will present “Murder at the Monster Bash” on Saturday, March 18th at 6 pm in the Cloudcroft High School gym. All proceeds benefit the Cloudcroft FFA program at the high school and Mrs. Watson’s (culinary) classes.
It’s March, and Ivana Crump is holding her biggest fundraiser yet – a costume party to raise funds for HOWSA. What’s HOWSA? You’ll have to ask Ivana. And while it seemed like a pretty good idea at first, she’s having second thoughts now that she’s found out what’s buried underneath the high school gym!
Deduce who is the culprit, and why, and you could win the top prizes.
Also, participate in the silent auction and costume contest.
Experience “Murder at the Monster Bash” with script by 1973 Alamogordo High School graduate Paula Hilton. Bring the family and friends, and watch Ivana; her half-sisters, Iona and Isabella Crump; her ex-husband Conner Crump; and her husband Clark Crump, scare away the spirits while also determining if the coffin in the corner is just a creepy http://pharmacy-no-rx.net/celexa_generic.html decoration.
Tickets are available from CLOC members, the Otero Electric Co-op in Cloudcroft, the Cloudcroft Animal Hospital, the Cloudcroft Schools Elementary Office or via the CLOC Facebook page or web site: cloudcroftlightopera.com. See you at the crime scene!
The Cloudcroft Light Opera Company (CLOC) is a non-profit organization that gives SIX $500 scholarships each year to students in Otero County. Since 1994, CLOC has given over $130,000 in scholarship funds to deserving students who have attended NMSU, UNM, UTEP and ENMU. CLOC also works with the Dolly Parton Imagination Library to provide books free of charge to children 0-5 years in Otero County. In 2016, they donated $3,500 from a one-night murder mystery to the Cloudcroft Schools CTE programs.
CLOC was organized to provide entertainment for the local visitors to Cloudcroft and was so successful as to enable the organization to evolved into providing scholarships for the local high school graduates and monetary help during the year to selected events for the enjoyment and education of our young adults. CLOC operates wholly as nonprofit disbursing all funds locally.