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Posted: Tuesday, June 1, 2010 11:00 pm

Celebrities are lined up to model clothing in "Passion for Fashion," the Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance fund-raiser this Saturday, June 5.

On the list for the runway fashion show, which begins with 6:30 p.m. cocktails, food, wine and a silent auction and a 7:30 p.m. show, are:

Entertainers Joe Bourne, Julie Anne and her daughter Kelly Lyles, and Chip Ritter;

Artists Gail Munden, Alex Greenwood, Diana Madaras and Miro Tymosiak;

Media celebrities Allen Kath, Garret Lewis, Ryan Recker and Tim Tyler;

Community leaders Lyra Done and Al and Marilyn Cook,

Miss Rio Nuevo Ashley Reichstein and Miss Tucson Desert Rose Kyra Battle;

Oro Valley Mayor Satish Hiremath;

Tucson Toros owners Jay and Melinda Zucker;

Betsy Bruce of Easter Seals, Maya Dillard-Liddell of UniSource Energy, Ramon Gaanderse of the Northern Pima County Chamber of Commerce, Ed Stolmaker of the Marana Chamber of Commerce, Tiana Ronstadt of Power Women Investing, Perry Tarrant of the Tucson Police Department; jewelry designer Donna Nordin and volunteer Don Luria; Lida Sieminski of MIK; high school student Brigette Michel; retired school teacher Maria Miranda, wife of Tucson Police Department Chief Richard Miranda; Whitney Annelle Lindley, McKenna Sarabia, Madeline Ryder, Lynnette Chambers, Alyssa Hunter and Shelby Hotchkiss.

Tickets for "Passion for Fashion" are $30 each. For reservations, call SAACA at 797-3959 or visit http://www.SAACA.org">www.SAACA.org.

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