Harlem Wizards to help raise $ for Decatur Schools

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DECATUR - The Harlem Wizards will bring their basketball antics to Decatur April 8th for a Fundraiser. The Harlem Wizards brand of "Trick Hoops & Alley Oops" entertainment basketball will compete against the Decatur Muggies for a 2-hour Tournament at Stephen Decatur Middle School Gym at 7pm April 8th. The event will put dollars in the classroom to support the ongoing success of Dennis Lab School and Johns Hill Magnet School for added resources for Fine Arts and Project Based Learning. The Decatur Muggies team will include a variety of local volunteers, business leaders, coaches and teachers. Wand's Sean Streaty will be among the participants. Buy a ticket to the game by visiting www.harlemwizards.com or contact the school office at Johns Hill or Dennis Lab Schools.

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