FFA hosts successful Murder Mystery Night

Morgan Weston

On Saturday, Nov. 5, the Beloit High FFA hosted a Murder Mystery Night in the library. The event was open to all students. There were games, problem-solving, and snacks. Participants got to play detective and discover who the murderer was. The event was based on the board game Clue. The night had an agricultural twist to it and was farm-themed. The FFA officers and a few others were the suspects and got dressed up as their characters. The participants went around to each room in groups, completing challenges and making accusations to figure out who the murderer was, what they used, and where they did it. There were seven groups that participated. The winning group consisted of Carlee Domann, Maddie Black, Asher Zimmer and Jenna Balluch.