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A rock and roll murder mystery dinner will take place tomorrow night in Hawthorne to benefit the Kenny Bostic Memorial Youth Athletic Fund.

Mineral County residents will be treated to a rock and roll murder mystery this Friday when the Kenny Bostic Memorial Youth Athletic Fund (KBMYAF) holds their annual benefit.

Meatwood Flack, presented by The Utility Players of Reno, will be the entertainment for the evening while dinners enjoy a Cioppino or Jambalaya dinner.

Dubbed “Reno’s #1 Fleetwood Mac cover band (plus the occasional 90’s jam)” Meatwood Flack will have people enjoying a true rocking set while it seems “the band may actually be unraveling form the inside out.”

Filled with “Passion, Drama, Double-Crossing, and who missed the harmony during the second chorus of “Landside”?” Detective JP Solvinstuff will try to figure out who killed Rachelle Rachelle and why.

The KBMYAF was established in 2006 after the death of Sgt. Kenneth Bostic in Iraq on Oct. 30. Sgt. Bostic was only 21 years of age and had been serving during Operation Iraqi Freedom. He was assigned to the 204th Military Police Company, 519th Military Police Battalion, 1st Combat Support Brigade out of Ft. Polk, La.

After his death, the fund was established to promote youth and their love of sports. The fund helps youth strive for their athletic dream by quietly donating to those who may have financial burdens. The fund also gives out two scholarships to graduating high school students who are entering a college field or ‘athletics’.

Tickets are $50 per person which includes dinner and the show. Raffles tickets are also available for prizes including freezers of meat, a rifle, pellets and more.

Tickets can be purchased at the door the night of the event. Dinner begins at 5 p.m. with Meatwood Flack taking the stage at 6 p.m.