Local young professionals hit the Court to Raise Funds for Habitat for Humanity 189

MEREDITH — Lakes Region Habitat for Humanity will be hosting the Harlem Ambassador's Basketball team from Colorado on Friday at 7 p.m. at the Inter-Lakes High School Gymnasium.
The event, sponsored by the Marriott Suites in Gilford and Patrick's Pub in Gilford, will raise funds for Lakes Region Habitat's latest project, a handicap-accessible home in Franklin for the Soboslai family.
Tickets for Friday's program are now on sale for $10 at All Brite Cleaning in Gilford, and the two Meredith Savings Bank offices in Meredith. Children 5 and Under are free.
The following young professionals, all with coaching and college playing experience, will make up the team of the Winnipeasaukee Warriors: Nick Connell, guidance counselor at Inter-Lakes Middle Tier school; Emily (Adams) Dickson of VCA Lakes Region; Brittany Gallagher of Hill Crest Farm in Center Harbor; Dave Levesque, vice principal of Laconia High School; Dante Patterson, a local basketball coach; Angie Michalski, a full-time student at New Hampshire Technical Institute in Concord; Abbey (Pellenz) Simons, a social worker in Concord; and Steve Tucker, an administrator at Laconia High School.
More information about Lakes Region Habitat is a available on the organization's website www.lrhabitat.org.