07 Nov 2013
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Trevor Jackson – teen sensation, singer, dancer and actor – will partner with rap mogul/community leader Master P and his children on Saturday (Nov. 9) in an event billed as "Hoops for a Cause."
The Heal the Hood Foundation (HTH) of Memphis is coordinating the event, which is designed to boost the foundation's drive to raise funds to help reduce gun violence among Memphis youth. Funds will benefit the HTH Mentor Program and the new Evolution School of the Arts.
Master P's children, Cymphonique Miller of Nickelodeons' "How to Rock" and actor/recording artist Romeo Miller will be on hand for Hoops for A Cause event. The elements include a free Let the Kids Grow Basketball camp from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. followed by the Celebrity Basketball game at 3 p.m. Can goods will be collected to support the Mid-South Memphis Food Bank.
The venue is Ridgeway High School. Admission is $15 in advance, $20 at the door.