White Rose Productions a Cheryl Lynn Entertainment Company is presenting "Redneck Birthday Party" on Saturday, Oct. 15 at SS. Peter and Paul Parish School Hall in Lehighton. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.

Billed as "the Valley's premier dinner theater experience," this murder mystery dinner show is a fundraiser for SS. Peter and Paul Parish C.Y.O. (Catholic Youth Organization) Program.

"Proceeds from the show will help to supplement our program so that we can maintain a low cost activity fee for all of our C.Y.O. activities not just sports," said the Rev. Michael Ahrensfield, pastor of SS. Peter and Paul Parish and C.Y.O. spiritual director.

"This fundraiser will help support Catholic values in our youth organization."

Featuring baked ham, roast beef au jus, and all the trimmings, the hot buffet provided by Katermade Katering of Palo Alto will begin at 6:30 p.m.

Dessert will be compliments of Zimmerman's Dairy of Lehighton.

Redneck identical twin sisters Bobby Jo Bobby Melonjuice and Jo Bobby Jo Melonjuice born three months apart are planning a surprise birthday party.

A past redneck lover from their hometown of Marlboro Breath, Tenn. has returned and one twin is determined to be "matrimony bound" while the other one wants to cash in on past promises.

There are more surprises for the Melonjuice twins as long lost relatives show up and recently "pee-roled" friends crash the birthday party.

Everybody has a score to settle and mullets to comb. Will death be the birthday wish as the candles are blown out? You'll have to wait and see. Show time is 7:30 p.m.

"This show will provide a nice time to relax and enjoy good entertainment close to home at a reasonable price," said C.Y.O. director Phil Liszka.

For more information or for tickets, contact C.Y.O. treasurer Kathy Liszka at (610) 377-9739 or (610) 217-4321.

Visit www.WhiteRose-Productions.com [2] for more information about Cheryl Lynn Entertainment Company, which is based in Whitehall.