Hope’s Place is a local child advocacy center dedicated to helping victims of sexual abuse.
Thursday night Norma and I were honored to be guests at Hope’s Place’s annual Mystery Dinner, one of their major fund-raising events. The dinner was sold out.
We both took part in the mystery play. She was a human prop for a blindfolded psychic who tried to identify two of her, ah, physical attributes. I was Murph Crapington, budding TV evangelist and murder suspect. I did my best to uphold the fine Crapington name.
Here’s Norma with local musician Larry Pancake and Phil Osbourne, the world’s greatest guitarist:
And in this pic, Murph Crapington strikes a pose with local TV icon Randy Yohe:
It’s a tragedy that Hope's Place needs to exist, but for the victims of abuse, Hope’s Place is a blessing. Find out more about this fine organization here.