Local heroes to take on basketball pros

Wednesday, February 8, 2012
Democrat Photo/Reed The South Barry County Habitat Hometown Heroes will take on the Harlem Ambassadors at the Cassville High School gymnasium at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 11. The Habitat Hometown Heroes team will include over 20 local community members. Several of the players are pictured above. In the front row, from left, are: Rachael Freeman, Barry County Advertiser editor; Mark Kelley, of Barry Electric Cooperative; and Cody "The Kid" Cantwell, CHS alum. Back row: Ken Cieslinski, owner of Ken's Collision Center; Chris Redmon, CHS principal; coach Jerry Marple, of Willis Insurance; Roger Brock, Barry County Health Department administrator; Bob Crouthamel, Cassville YMCA youth and sports director; Jeremy Marple, CHS alum; and Andy Lambel, Cassville United Methodist Church pastor. Absent from the photo are: Tim "Jimmer" Jordan, Exeter Elementary School counselor; Sammy Clapper, the voice of the Cassville Wildcats; Mark Scott; Jeremy Stearns, CHS alum; Terry Jamieson, Cassville Middle School principal; Eric White, Cassville Intermediate School principal; Matt Freeman, Purdy High School alum; Desiree Corn, CHS alum; Robbie Artherton, Shell Knob School coach and CHS alum; Mike Clifton; Chris Seymour; and Nancy Foulke, of Barry County Probation and Parole office. Tickets for the upcoming show can be purchased at Sater Pharmacy, Whitley Pharmacy, Freedom Bank, First State Bank, Security Bank, Ken's Collision Center or the Cassville Area Chamber of Commerce. Advanced tickets are $7. Tickets will also be available at the door for $8. Student tickets are $5. Children in kindergarten through sixth grade will be admitted at no cost with a paid adult admission.

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