One month ago, tsunami floods decimated hundreds of thousands of people in Asia. While some help has waned, people here in southeast Georgia continue to help.
Tomorrow night, many from Toombs, Tattnall and Montgomery Counties will host a celebrity basketball game to raise money they'll donate to the American Red Cross.
"I think it will be more entertainment and fun than actual competition. But it will all be for a good cause," said the Red Cross' Kathleen Kosmoski.
The game is at Vidalia High School's gymnasium tomorrow night (January 27) at 7pm. Admission is $4 for adults. All ticket proceeds and concessions will go to tsunami relief.
Reported by: Dal Cannady, email@example.com
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