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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) - Always 100 Basketball is showcasing some of the state's best women's basketball talent.
The non profit organization hosted their Always 100 Jamboree at McMillen Park Community Center.
It features a mini tournament for all of the organization's teams to have fun playing each other before the summer travel AAU season kicks off in April.
"It's 25 different teams of girls 6th grade through 12th grade from a little bit everywhere in the state. It's like a meet and greet of some of the most talented girls in Indiana. They get a chance to show what they got to tip off the AU season," CEO Vernard Hollins said.
Hollins also said this is their way of giving back to the community as well so they can see how the program is doing getting more kids involved.
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