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Hot Metal Hullabaloo benefits local services

 


The Hot Metal Bridge Faith Community is throwing a party on Saturday, April 20 from 7:30-10:30 p.m.

For the price of admission guests will enjoy food, drinks, live music, and the opportunity to bid on unique items in a silent auction. It will all take place at the Clear Story Studio in the South Side.

Funds raised will be used to support community services offered through the church including The Table, a free community kitchen where more than 10,000 meals are served each year; the homeless ministry where over 1,500 lunches are delivered to homeless camps around the city each year; and American Sign Language interpretation on Sunday mornings which creates an inclusive worship opportunity for the city’s deaf community.

The silent auction will offer a number of unique and valuable prizes including a pair of Steelers tickets, a football autographed by Lynn Swann, an autographed Pittsburgh Dad DVD and t-shirt package, a cabin weekend getaway, a private behind-the-scenes tour of the Carnegie Science Museum with the director of exhibits, a professional photography session, framed photography and artwork, guitar lessons, and products from Commonwealth Press, Big Dog Coffee, the Real You Nutrition, and more.

The evening will conclude with a live performance by Pittsburgh songwriter Joy Ike and her band who will be playing new songs from their just-released recording entitled All or Nothing (www.joyike.com).

Tickets to the party are available at hmbfc.eventbrite.com.

 

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