CONWAY, AR – Bethlehem House, local transitional shelter for the homeless, and Bob’s Grill a local landmark restaurant known for its outstanding breakfast and burgers, are hosting a political pie auction on Monday, April 16 at 6:00 p.m. at Bob’s Grill located at 1112 W. Oak Street in downtown Conway.

Local politicians and candidates running for local offices will be serving the community and dinner at Bob’s Grill. “This political pie auction brings in politicians and citizens from all across Faulkner County,” said Aimee Prince Director of Development at Bethlehem House. “Bob’s Grill is gracious to host this event every year and all proceeds go back to the shelter.”

The evening starts with dinner at 6 p.m. followed by the pie auction at 6:30 p.m. This year, pies donated by friends of Bethlehem House and local eateries will be auctioned. Local politicians will serve burgers, fries and drinks to the public while garnering support for their political platforms.

“This is the 12th year for this event and it’s always one of our best fundraisers because it is the perfect opportunity for local candidates to serve the community, get to know local voters and raise money for a good cause,” said Judi Lively Executive Director of Bethlehem House.

Proceeds from the Political Pie Auction will benefit Bethlehem House, Conway’s local transitional shelter for the homeless.

The event will end at 8 p.m. or when the last pie is sold. Tickets are $10 and include the meal.

Tickets are available online at bethlehemhouse.net or at the door.

For more info or if you are a politician and would like to participate, please contact Aimee Prince at aimee@bethlehemhouse.net or (501) 329-4862.

Special thanks to Bob’s Grill for hosting this event and to United Way of Central Arkansas partnering agency of Bethlehem House.

About Bethlehem House

Bethlehem House is a 501C3 nonprofit organization that helps the homeless and nearly homeless to improve their life situation and break the cycle of poverty and homelessness. Bethlehem House is a partner of the United Way of Central Arkansas.

In order to meet its mission and provide services to the community, Bethlehem House relies on the generosity of individuals, businesses and other philanthropic organizations for support.

This is a nonpartisan community event and everyone is encouraged to come out and enjoy the burgers and pies. Bethlehem House does not endorse or support political candidates.