Coastal Navigators, a newly formed local adult Special Olympics team, is sponsoring the Harlem Rockets comedy basketball team in a game with a local dream team on Wednesday, March 7, at 7 p.m. at Medomak Valley High School in Waldoboro.

The appearance by the Harlem Rockets is a fundraiser to help the Coastal Navigators purchase uniforms and equipment and provide scholarships. The Coastal Navigators participates in the Winter and Summer Olympics.

Local dream team players signed on so far include MVHS teachers Andrea Williamson and Jacob Newcomb; State Trooper Jeremy Wesbrock; Waldoboro Police Chief Labombarde; Mike Gamage of Warren; Clint Beverage of Camden; Tom Ford, Rockport's planner and community development director; Troy Curtis, executive director, Penobscot Bay YMCA; Justin Hills of Camden First Aid Association; Mark Haskell, associate sports director at Village Soup; Ronnie Vanesse and Roger Feltis, Special Olympian athletes of Coastal Navigators; Detective Lance Mitchell; Officer Thomas Bartuneck; and Coach Jon Moro, staff member at Coastal Opportunities.

Advance tickets for the basketball show are $8 to students, $10 adults (at the door, $10 students, $12 adults). Tickets are available at Moody's Diner in Waldoboro, Townline Video Plus in Warren, Lincoln's Country Store in Warren, Common Market in Union, HAV II in Camden, Penobscot Bay YMCA in Rockport, Coastal Opportunities in Camden, and at local schools, including, Warren Community, Medomak Valley, Friendship Village and Camden Hills Regional High School (contact Tessa Carroll).

Singer-songwriter Daisy Lee, a student at Friendship Village School who has performed at local coffeehouses and nursing homes, will sing the National Anthem at the Harlem Rockets game. Warren Community School's cheerleading squad, the Panthers, will perform at intermission.

For more information about the Harlem Rockets vs. Dream Team game, call Marie Lufkin at 236-6008.