Harlem Ambassadors take on local squad
Sudbury Rainbow Crime Stoppers is bringing the internationally acclaimed Harlem Ambassadors to Sudbury for a fundraising basketball game April 7.
The Harlem Ambassadors offer an unique brand of Harlem-style basketball featuring high-flying slam dunks, dazzling ball-handling tricks and hilarious comedy routines.
The Harlem Ambassadors deliver non-stop laughs and a positive message for kids wherever they play.
But Crime Stoppers has put together its own rag-tag team of hoopsters. Adding their talents to the Most Wanted team are:
-Glenn Thibeault (MP – Sudbury)
-Gerry Lougheed Jr.
-Ron Dupuis (deputy mayor)
-Andy Barbato (CTV)
-Matt Sampaio (Hot 93.5)
-Mark Gentili (Editor – Northern Life)
-Laurel Myers (Editor – Sudbury Sports Magazine)
-Jason Turnbull (CBC)
-Michael Legendre (Manager of Athletics – Cambrian College)
-Liam McGill (Crime Stoppers director).
They will be joined by members from the Greater Sudbury Police Service’s basketball team.
The game starts at 2 p.m. at the Cambrian College gymnasium. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under. Free admission for children four and under.