• Mr. Green - Jeff Whitt

    I am a native Nashvillian
    living in historic downtown Murfreesboro.  Travel and photography are both big passions of mine.  Working in software sales for two decades, I have been fortunate to travel all around the world which has been monumental in expanding my horizons.  We are indeed all connected.  When at home, I
    enjoy attending events in Murfreesboro, exploring history, and supporting all our great local venues.


  • Colonel Mustard - Jason Ayers

    Jason was born and raised in Murfreesboro, TN on the Drake Family Farm. In 2002, he enlisted in the United States Air Force and deployed five times in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom. Jason is married to Rachelle Ayers, a prominent family attorney with an office in Murfreesboro. 

    Jason own the largest pressure washing business in Middle Tennessee, possibly in Tennessee, which cleans everything from patios to Amazon. He also owns a holiday light company along with two other pressure washing businesses; one in Lebanon, TN and one in New Orleans, LA.  


  • Mrs. Peacock - Vicki Sheridan

    Vicki Sheridan is an Executive Assistant at Hywater Title where she focuses on helping the business grow through marketing and business development
    efforts. Vicki’s passion is her boutique. She loves helping others find clothing that keep them feeling confident. She owns an online boutique.
    She is the oldest 5 kids, loves her family and animals. In herfree time, she loves to workout, hangout with her little family, and golf with her husband.


  • Professor Plum - David Johns

    For 13 years, David has been the Chief Financial Officer at CDE Lightband in Clarksville, TN.  CDE is the 41st largest public power provider in the nation.  He oversees assets valued at more than $300 million, and annual revenues of over $200 million.  In 2019, he was recognized as a finalist for the Nashville Business Journal CFO of the Year Award.

    Hailing from even deeper
    South, David stumbled across middle Tennessee in 2007 and fell in love with it.  Knowing that life is a dance, a gamble, and a constant lesson, he practices all 3 of those things as a ballroom and swing dancer, a casino connoisseur, and a bar trivia enthusiast.


  • Miss Scarlet - Amanda Howell

    Amanda moved here 2 years ago from Florida after marrying Ron. She is an active member of Junior League, Chamber of Commerce, Board of Directors for DVSA Center,Advisory Council for the Young Leaders Society for United Way, mentor for TN Achieves, Locally Owned Murfreesboro member, along with many other organizations here in Rutherford County. She has a 14 year old bonus son, Joey and son Talon, almost a year old.  She works for Two Sisters Maid to Clean, a locally, woman owned cleaning service, managing all business activities, while leading and managing the team, executing business plans. She also collaborates with the owner to grow the brand. 



  • Mrs. White - Meredith Mitchell

    Currently, I am a 7th grade science teacher at Page Middle School where I also serve as the coach for ourScience Olympiad team and sponsor for several after school clubs. I absolutely love getting to share my passion for chemistry, biology, and aviation with middle school students. You will often find me in my lab coat and safety glasses putting on a “show” for my students to getthem excited for science or walking the halls with my bearded dragon, Meatball, on my shoulder. When I am not at school you will find me hanging out with my friends and family, at New Vision Baptist Church serving with our middle school or children’s ministry, somewhere outside or on the water.


  • Wadsworth, Butler - Chris Warren

    I am the pastor of First Cumberland Presbyterian Church on East Main Street in Murfreesboro. I have a wonderful wife of 23 years, Joy, two awesome kids, both in college, Grey, and Micah, and three big dogs who share the house with us, Doc, Daisy, and Sky. I studied classical voice and worked as a music director and teacher before going into the ministry.

    I am not only a pastor in Murfreesboro, but I try to stay involved in local justice work any way I can advocate for those who are often overlooked or
    underrepresented in our community. I am an LGBTQ+ ally, and strive to make sure the church I serve is an open and welcoming space for that community.


  • Yvette, Maid - Rachel Mayo

    Rachel was born and raised in middle Tennessee and loves being able to call it home. She has a 4 year old son, Noah, who lights up every room he walks into. Rachel will never turn down an opportunity to dance, grab coffee, or hold a baby. 

    Rachel is a senior social media strategist for Back At You, a company who handles social media marketing for realtors. She also uses her own social media platform to help and encourage people like her, who live with type 1 diabetes, an autoimmune disease that has no cure.

    Rachel is excited to participate in Clue because it’s one of her favorite movies! She also loves performing, and using her talents and skills to help others. 


Ready to play Clue with us?

Join us for a night of murder, mayhem and CHARITY
as we raise funds for the Kiwanis of Murfreesboro!