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SOS Sausage Dinner
Sunday, March 24, 11am - 1pm in Krueger Dining Hall  Flyer

Sing at Saint Paul! Youth Choral Workshop (Grades 5th - 8th) - CANCELLED
The 2019 Sing at Saint Paul! Youth Choral Workshop (5th-8th grade) scheduled for Saturday, March 30th, has been CANCELLED due to unforeseen middle school schedule conflicts. We are very sorry for this change and any inconvenience this may cause. Those who have already registered will receive a full refund. Please contact Dr. Jerrode Marsh with any questions or concerns at Thank you for your understanding.

Saint Paul Jr. High Lock-In (Current 6th - 8th grade students)
Friday, April 5 (Check-in 6 - 6:45pm) - Saturday, April 6 (7:30am)  Flyer  Registration

Spring Play - Death and Taxes (A Comedy/Mystery with Audience Participation) by Pat Cook
(Permission was given by Dramatic Publishing to produce this play)
Friday, April 5 and Saturday, April 6 at 7:00pm in Kaeppel

**Summary of the Show (provided by Dramatic Publishing)
Ever wonder what goes on at a small-town city council meeting? In Hendricks, they're looking for a murderer. Mayor Kathleen Lyles boldly announces that the meeting will be more like a coroner's jury than the usual round of arguments. Not only was a man murdered, but he was an employee of the IRS. "Somehow I don't feel that bad!" Carl Johansen says, as the sheriff clamps the cuffs on him, making him the prime suspect. Slowly it becomes apparent the entire city council had seen the man, and each of them seems to be hiding something. Who murdered the stranger? Was it Cora Sedgewick, who was still dizzy at the time from stepping on a rake and being thumped in the face with its handle? Or newspaper editor King, who's right on the spot to report the facts, if he could only find a pencil? Or maybe the mayor herself, who was doing her laundry in the back of city hall? This easy-to-stage intrigue is chock-full of small-town characters and hilarious dialogue. And, as an added bonus, it can be produced as an audience participation mystery where the audience can not only see the scene of the crime but also question the suspects.