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For Whom the Belle Tolls

Thursday, September 22 6 p.m.
Bond's Crossing

Oh the joy to behold at the Cotten Boll Farms. The Colonel Bedford Cotten is taking a new bride, Miss Yancy Jane Alston, and all the family and friends are invited to attend this evenin's engagement extravaganza. Colonel Cotten has been a widower for the past 30 years and he is ready for some "sweet company" and is countin' on a male heir from Yancy Jane. Of course Yancy Jane is excited as she is gettin' ready to marry one of the county's wealthiest bachelors. Her Mama, Augusta Mae Alston, is thrilled with this union. She lost her husband and sons in the war and has been poor as a church mouse ever since. She was quite instrumental in this matchmakin' endeavor. She will make sure this weddin' happens no matter what.

Of course there is the Colonel's daughter, Tallulah Cotten Butler Anderson Abnernathy, or better known as Tally. Her Daddy has spoiled her rotten and she just can't seem to keep a man around for very long. She loves them older and with deep pockets. She hasn't been married more than 2 or 3 years at a time before they start droppin' like flies. Tally is not happy a'tal about this marriage and has persuaded her Aunt Ceelee to help her undermine and stop this ceremony in its tracks. Aunt Cecelia (CeeLee)
Montgomery was twin sister to the Colonel's late wife, Georgia Ann. Aunt Ceelee is a spinster and always had a love for the Colonel, but he chose Georgia Ann over her. Ceelee was certain he would have married her to help raise Tally, but he didn't...read more 

Join Colonel Cotten, Yancy Jane, Augusta Mae and many more colorful characters for the party of the year. This murder mystery dinner will have you laughing and scratching your head as you try to discover who's up to no good, or better yet, who's NOT up to something. Everyone seems to have a motive, but who has the gumption to follow through with it? (Protected Under Copyright)

Tickets are $50 per person, but y'all will want to RSVP quickly. The Colonel is generous with his southern fried food, house beverages and Beulah Land, his plantation, but he is limiting the engagement gala to the first 150 guests.

To make your reservation click here or call (731) 984-2142.

Presented by Benefiting