The Billings Food Bank invites the community to Easter brunch at the Fortin Culinary Center at the Billings Food Bank, 2112 Fourth Ave. N., from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday. There is no cost for the meal, but donations will be accepted.
Those who are housebound may call the food bank at 259-2856 to arrange home delivery.
The brunch will include frittata with sun dried tomatoes, basil and shallots; deviled eggs; bacon; scalloped potatoes; scrambled eggs; ham; sausage gravy and biscuits; cream corn; roasted baby red potatoes with garlic and rosemary; assorted dinner rolls and butter; water and coffee; and assorted desserts prepared by Chef David Maplethorpe of the Fortin Culinary Center.
For more than 30 years, The Billings Food Bank has served those less fortunate in our community and region. According to a news release from the Billings Food Bank, during the 2018 fiscal year, the organization provided 153,918 regular food boxes; 28,801 food boxes through the Senior Nutrition Program; 28,761 food boxes through the voucher system; 280,681 additional meals and snack lunches; 17,506 Holiday food boxes; and 28,952 meals to Tumbleweed, St. Vincent DePaul, Habitat for Humanity and other programs. In all, the Billings Food Bank processes more than 17 million pounds of food, funded by donations from the community.