Jim Click Millions for Tucson

Grand Prize -
New 2024 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 4xe Plug-In Hybrid

Tucson Roadrunners vs San Diego Gulls

Tucson Convention Center
March 29th
7 PM

Book Fair at Barnes & Noble

5130 E Broadway Blvd
April 6th

1st Responder Wellness Day

Tucson Convention Center
April 11th

Marana Chamber Community Night

As a member of Marana Chamber, we will have an information table set up at the Marana Chamber Community Night at the Tucson Roadrunners game.

Tucson Convention Center
April 12th

BBQ Benefit Dinner

DJ, BBQ, 50/50, raffle, cash bar

505 W 2nd Ave, Mesa AZ 85210
05:00 PM - 08:00 PM MST
April 27th

Fundraiser at Skate Country - Sock Hop theme

$5 entry
$5 skate rental
Pay at the door

7980 E 22nd St
May 17th

Tucson Comic Con

Tucson Convention Center
September 1st -3rd

Birdies 4 Books Golf Tournament

Hole Sponsorship, Raffle Prize donation and volunteer opportunities available


Forty-Niner Country Club
6:30am registration
7:30am shotgun
June 2nd

We are asking for raffle prize donations and/or sponsorships for our Birdies 4 Books Golf tournament.

A donation, big or small, helps us to make this possible. “Be a Hero” and “Sponsor a Hole” is $50.00, which includes a sign with your company logo to be placed at a tee. This is an excellent way of showing your support toward this great organization and who we raise funds for.

Murder on the Sagebrush Express murder mystery gala

Sagebrush Express Mystery Gala

Savoy Opera House
6541 E. Tanque Verde Rd #22 Tucson AZ 85715
06:00 pm - 10:00 pm MST
September 21st

In the Old West, a train is rumbling toward the town of Whiskey Junction, where the liquor flows fast and the bullets fly faster. Passengers include prospectors headed to their claims, a schoolmarm headed to her new job and thirsty cowpunchers headed for the renowned WJ Saloon. A few saloon dancers are putting on a show in the aisle to lure in even more drinkers.

Suddenly, robbers appear at the end of the train car, yelling “Stick ‘em up!” Most passengers hold up their hands in resignation—all except the town reformer and banker, Prunella Persimmon Potter, who stands up and loudly protests. She continues ranting as the train rushes into a tunnel, but is cut off by a single gunshot.

When the train emerges into the light, her lifeless body is lying in the aisle. Who killed her? Was it YOU?