Law enforcement trades in uniforms for basketball jerseys for good cause
KENNEWICK, Wash. -- Local law enforcement officers, prosecuting attorneys and juvenile probation officers are accepting the challenge to play the Harlem Ambassadors in a basketball game to raise money for Camp SARC - a summer camp for children impacted by violence.
The week long camp is expecting 30 kids, who have been either victims of sexual and physical abuse, or have witnessed it at home. It costs about $9,500 to run the camp, so local prosecutors, deputies, troopers and officers are helping out.
The game will be full of high-flying slam dunk, dazzling tricks and hilarious family fun!! What: New Conference for the Harlem Ambassadors vs. Camp SARC Crusaders basketball game.
When: Friday November 4th, 7:00PM Where: Southridge High School
Tickets are $9 for Students and Seniors and $11 for Adults. Kids Four and under get in for free. You can get them two dollars cheaper if you buy them in advance at the SARC office on 830 N. Columbia Ctr. Blvd, Suite H.