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      June 2, 2012

      Saturday   7:00 PM

      201 Brown Street
      Martinsville, Virginia 24112

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      This event will feature those forever-popular street ball players such as White Chocolate (AND 1), Alimo (AND 1), Dunkin Johnson (Globe Trotters), Tap Money, Tosha Makia, B Dhat, DJ Polo (102 JAMZ) and many others who have been seen on ESPN, have been in numerous commercials and on world tours. The legends will put on the most amazing show with numerous slam-dunks and the newest dribbling trickery that fans have ever seen. Purchase advance tickets at Hugo's, located at 10 East Church St (Jefferson Plaza Lower Level), Martinsville. Doors open at 6pm.

      Do you want to know the best part about the entire show? One lucky student will have the opportunity to attend basketball camp at Duke, UNC, UVA or Virginia Tech. All you have to do is submit a 500 word essay on "Why I Deserve The Opportunity". All essays will be evaluated according to the child's grade level. The winner will be announced during halftime of the Celebrity All-Star Game.

      Essay Requirements:
      2 Goals (1 short term and 1 long term)
      1 Teacher Recommendation

      Eligibility Requirements:
      Must be a Martinsville/Henry County Resident
      Ages 9-18
      Good Standing (A - B Student)
      Currently active in an organized sport, preferably basketball

      Submit all essays via email. Deadline Date For Submission - May 14th.

      Admission Fee: $7 Advance Tickets Only

      Cost: $7 Advance Tickets Only

      Categories: Neighborhood

      Event details may change at any time, always check with the event organizer when planning to attend this event or purchase tickets.
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