GREEN BAY - The Salvation Army's Community Center was busy Monday, as volunteers handed out some Christmas cheer.
250 families received presents in a "Season of Joy" celebration.
Community members donated the gifts by selecting name cards, placed on special Christmas trees throughout the Green Bay area.
Organizers say it's a good feeling to give back.
"Seeing little kids coming here with smiles on their faces, and leave with bigger smiles, that makes us happy, and it means a job well done," said Alvin Bottorff, Director of the Salvation Army's Community Center.
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