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Celebrity Waiter Night for Bucs

Shelton Quarles, scout for the Tampa Bay Bucs and former All-Pro linebacker, hosted a Celebrity Waiter Night to benefit his IMPACT Foundation, on Friday. The event featured a number of current and former Buccaneers.

Shelton said his position as a member of the Tampa Bay Bucs offers him a unique opportunity to help those in need. The foundation provides resources and opportunities to at-risk single parent families in the Tampa Bay area.

Here's the lineup of the serving staff: Jon Gruden, NFL analyst for ESPN and former Bucs head coach, Adrian Clayborn, defensive end; Cody Grimm, safety; QB Josh Freeman; running back Doug Martin; wide receiver Vincent Jackson; fullback Erik Lorig; safety Dashon Goldson and former Bucs Michael Clayton and Anthony McFarland.

 

Bucs QB Josh Freeman gives Kimberly McAvoy an autograph during the Shelton Quarles Celebrity Waiter Night in Pinellas Park on Friday. The event benefits Quarles’ IMPACT Foundation, which helps single mothers find housing.

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Bucs QB Josh Freeman gives Kimberly McAvoy an autograph during the Shelton Quarles Celebrity Waiter Night in Pinellas Park on Friday. The event benefits Quarles’ IMPACT Foundation, which helps single mothers find housing.

Celebrity Waiter Night for Bucs 05/18/13 [Last modified: Saturday, May 18, 2013 11:43am]
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