The Washington Bullettes, the dancers who perform at Washington Bullets basketball games, will perform today at the home in the Seven Oaks development that will be raffled off for charity.
The dancers will be at the $200,000 house in the development at routes 175 and 32 across from Fort Meade from 1 to 4 p.m.
The raffle is designed to raise money for Action for the Homeless, an organization that works to take people living on the street and give them a place to call home.
Organizers say they hope the raffle will raise at least $250,000. Tickets cost $10 each.
Cathy Lyness, coordinator for Action for the Homeless, said officials don't knowhow much money has been raised but the raffle winner will be announced Oct. 26.
"There is something about that house," Lyness said. "People just love it. They come and they go and they come again and bring more members of the family. It's like they are visiting us."
For more information or to buy raffle tickets, call Action for the Homeless at 467-3800.
Or stop by any office of O'Conor, Piper and Flynn, a real estate company with offices throughout the region.