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Posted: Tuesday, April 14, 2009 11:00 pm

Pima County Administrator Charles H. "Chuck" Huckelberry is being served up May 13, when The Glassman Foundation holds its annual fund-raising Gentleman’s Roast.

The event raises funds for University of Arizoan Athletics Community Outreach for Kids, as well as other programs serving young people in Southern Arizona.

This year's hosts are Elliot Glicksman and David "Fitz" Fitzsimmons.

Roasters include former Pima County Supervisor Dan Eckstrom, Donald Diamond, Joseph Cesare and Tucson City Manager Mike Hein.

The gathering is set for McMahon's Prime Steakhouse that Wednesday night. Tickets are $500 per gentleman, with $400 tax-deductible. Seating is limited. For information, call 271-5715, or go to http://www.glassmanfoundation.org">www.glassmanfoundation.org.

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