CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. – Chappaqua teachers, administrators and staffers will be showing off their moves on the court when they take on basketball show team The Harlem Wizards for charity later this month.
The display of dribbling, passing, shooting and dunking will raise money for the Chappaqua School Foundation.
The game is set for 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 29, at the gymnasium at Horace Greeley High School.
A free basketball clinic will be held from 9:30-11 a.m. that day for third- through eighth-graders also in the high school’s gym.
Tickets for the game are $25 for general admission. But $50 will get you courtside seating, plus a meet-and-greet with team members, a souvenir lanyard, team poster and $15 off a “replica” Harlem Wizards jersey.
There will also be food, prizes and fan participation.
Tickets can be purchases at Drug Mart in Millwood, at Hall of Scoops in Chappaqua or online, by clicking here.
The number of courtside tickets is limited. They are only being sold at Drug Mart.
Conducting the free basketball clinic will be members of the Greeley varsity teams, the Quakers and the Lady Quakers.
Coaching will be Dave Fernandes and John Alkalay.
There will be a raffle and basketball shooting competition with prizes.
Greeley basketball T-shirts will be available for a $15 donation.
Horace Greeley High School is located at 70 Roaring Brook Road. It can be reached by calling (914) 861-9400.
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