PRLog - Aug. 16, 2012 - (BAKERSFIELD, Calif.) - It’s the Fabulous 50s - a time of poodle skirts, Rock ‘n’ Roll and Hollywood glamour. Aspiranet, one of the largest nonprofit social service agencies in California, needs the public’s help to solve a great caper for charity at its murder mystery event – Fontaine City ‘Friendship’
All proceeds from the make-believe murder mystery fundraiser will benefit foster children served by Aspiranet throughout Kern County.
Pre-sale tickets through Sept. 15 are $30 per person, $50 per couple or $175 per table. After Sept. 15, tickets are $35 per person and $60 per couple. Upon registering, guests will be assigned a 1950s character role to play for a night filled with fun, food, dancing and drinks!
Courtyard Bakersfield is located at 1001 Tower Way. For more information, call 661-323-1233 or visit aspiranet.org/
Aspiranet, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) charity, supports foster children, siblings, families, and the community with 35 core programs offering specialized services through 44 satellite centers within California.
Founded 35 years ago as a six-bed group home for young boys in Moss Beach, Calif., Aspiranet is one of the most diverse nonprofit social service agencies in the state. With a statewide network of innovative services, Aspiranet has touched the lives of over 10,000 families and children since its founding.
Aspiranet’s vision of bringing families together and helping foster children, siblings, and parents thrive is realized through six areas of expertise – Family Services, Foster Care, Adoption, Education, Afterschool programs, and Community Partnerships. For more information, please visit www.aspiranet.org.