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The basketball fundraiser to benefit the North Harford Hawks Endzone Club, which will bring members of the Pittsburgh Steelers to Harford County, is just a week and a half away.

The Steelers, comprised of two “big name marquee players” and six special teamers, will face off with a 15-member team made up of North Harford High School faculty and staff at 1 p.m., Sunday, March 28 at North Harford High.

Tickets have sold well and as little as 50 may remain.

There will be a silent auction of Steelers apparel and concessions will be available before and during the game.

There will also be a raffle of two authentic player jerseys (Rod Woodson and Troy Polamalu), two autographed mini helmets and two autographed footballs.

Steeler players will also sign autographs for fans at halftime.

Cost is $15 per ticket and can be purchased at www.seatyourself.biz/nhhawksfootball.

All tickets are general admission and doors will open to the main gymnasium at 11 a.m.


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