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Cops to hand out food, not tickets, at event

Citizen Staff Writer

Tucson and University of Arizona police will help raise money for the Special Olympics on Thursday at the Claim Jumper Restaurant, 3761 E. Broadway.

The restaurant’s wait staff will pair with law enforcement officers who will serve guests from 5 to 9 p.m. and accept donations for Special Olympics Arizona events.

Diners can make a pledge to sponsor runners, buy T-shirts or donate money to support Special Olympics training and events.

For more information about the nonprofit Special Olympics Arizona, go to the Web site www.soaz.org.



Police serve food at local eatery to raise funds for Special Olympics

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