The Roaring 20’s Gangland Mystery

The Roaring 20's featured flappers, gangsters like Al Capone, American heroes like Babe Ruth and Jazz musicians like Louis Armstrong. It was a time of great economic prosperity and good times for all!

The Roaring 20’s featured flappers, gangsters like Al Capone, American heroes like Babe Ruth and Jazz musicians like Louis Armstrong. It was a time of great economic prosperity and good times for all!

The Kiwanis Club of Old Bridge will hold its major fundraiser of the year on April 26 at the Friendly Sons of Shillelagh, a dinner mystery play entitled “The Roaring 20’s Gangland Mystery Murders.” The fundraiser will feature a hot buffet, tricky tray basket auction, fifty-fifty raffle, auction of an autographed football by New York Giants star Antrel Rolle and a cash bar. The dinner/mystery fundraiser will run from 7-11 p.m. with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. at the Friendly Sons at 15 Oak Street in Old Bridge, just off Route 18. All proceeds go towards aiding children’s charities such as Camp Robin, The Old Bridge Food Bank, Make-A-Wish Foundation and others. Tickets can be purchased for $40 or two for $75. Advertising is also available in our souvenir ad journal for $100 for a full page, $50 per half page and $25 for a quarter page. To purchase tickets or ad space, email President Mary Spina at mspina3600@aol.com or call at 732-407-3568. So for a roaring good time, whether you’re a flapper, moll or whatever, purchase tickets today.