GREEN BAY - Members of a local church were giving back this Easter Sunday.
Grace Lutheran Church held its annual Easter Dinner.
Volunteers prepped all morning for the meal.
They had 80 pounds of ham, 45 pounds of coleslaw, plus beans and many loaves of bread for people.
The best part - it's all free and open to the public.
Volunteers said the meal means a lot to their community and church.
"You know, you're working with other members of your church, and getting to know different people that volunteer and the people that come are so grateful to have some place to go," said volunteer Mary Bosse.
Each year, volunteers prep for more than 200 people to attend.
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