Who dunnit? That was the big question being asked during the recent Murder Mystery HUB event at the Center Club Orange County in California and attended by Members of nearby Center Club, Canyon Crest Country Club, Aliso Viejo Country Club and Coto de Caza Golf & Racquet Club.
The mystery revealed itself five days prior to the event with clues hidden at all four clubs and hints delivered via social media to hype the event. Members then searched the clubs in the days leading up to the event, looking for “bloody” finger prints, “blood-stained” notes and wanted flyers and those finding the clues then turned them in to receive a bounty.
During the Murder Mystery event, attendees wined and dined while watching members of the Center Club Business Leadership Committee – the cast of characters – set the scene by playing suspicious characters, such as Misty Rainbow and Mugwort Buttercup. The Members and Guests then mingled and questioned each other to find out who murdered whom. Of course, along with interrogating one another, the Members and Guests also got to know one another, making new contacts and building relationships.
Eerie music, crime scenes, rumors and mystery were all part of the evening, making it a scary successful night.
David Page, Director of Tennis, and the Tennis Committee at Coto de Caza Golf & Racquet Club in Coto de Caza, California, recently visited the home of Olympic gold medalist and World Champion alpine ski racer Bode Miller and his wife, Morgan, to cook them dinner. The “in-home dinner” was an auction item purchased by Miller and his wife during a “Coto for the Cure” fundraising event.
Miller invited fellow Olympic bronze medalist, 2014 Sochi MVP and Coto de Caza Member Teemu Selanne and his wife, Sirpa, to the special occasion. The Olympian dinner was amazing and everyone had a great time. Kudos to David Page and his committee!