Habitat for Humanity of Anderson County will host the Harlem Ambassadors basketball show at Oak Ridge High School on Friday evening. Oak Ridge firefighters have volunteered to be the opposing team.
The show is a benefit for Habitat for Humanity. It starts at 7 p.m. Friday, March 17, at Wildcat Arena.
“Please join us for an evening of entertainment, fun, and zany basketball,” organizers said. “The Ambassadors also bring the message ‘Stay in School, Stay off Drugs and Don’t be a Bully.'”
Tickets are only $5, and there will be plenty of food at the concession stand, organizers said. Advance tickets are available in Oak Ridge at TNBank at 401 South Illnois Avenue and at the Habitat ReStore at 105 Randolph Road. They can be purchased at the door on Friday night.
Children 8 years old and under get in free. All children must be accompanied by a responsible person at least 16 years old.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Friday.
It’s the second time Habitat for Humanity of Anderson County is hosting the Harlem Ambassadors basketball show.
Call the Habitat Office for more information (865) 482-7713 or visit the website at HFHAC.org.