Friday, Mar. 01, 2013
Harlem Ambassadors coming to Harrisonville
The community is invited to a fun-filled event for the entire family. The Harlem Ambassadors are coming to Harrisonville Saturday, March 2 to take on community all-stars.
The game will be played on at 7 p.m. in the Harrisonville High School gym. Advanced tickets are $7 for adults and $3 for students. Kids four and under are free. Tickets at the door are $10 for adults and $5 for students. Tickets can be purchased at Sherwood Community Bank, the school admin office, Chamber of Commerce, and the Cass County Democrat-Missourian office.
The Harrisonville Rotary Club is hosting the event which will feature the Rotary Raptors team. Team members include school board member Dave Kauffman, Superintendent Bryan McDonald, McEowen Principal Dan Erholtz, HES Assistant Principal Phil Rogers, Gabe Sweitzer, Brian Raynard, Luke Shrout, Mitchell McNeal, Rotary President Keith Mills, and Harrisonville High School coaches Matt Hague, Joe Rolfing, Andrea Eagle, Mark Rorvig, Jon Benson, Frankie Jackson, and Josh Bebout.
Also, the Harrisonville Players in Progress will perform at halftime and Harrisonville Elementary School third graders will sing the National Anthem.
The Harlem Ambassadors are a professional show team that travels the United States providing family-friendly entertainment and a drug-free message. The players have all played college basketball and have college degrees in fields ranging from exercise science to criminal justice. They perform approximately 220 fund-raising games and entertainment events for non-profit groups.