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Eveangelene Miller checks out dessert

Eveangelene Miller, 3, helps her grandmother LeAnn Vorhes plate strawberry short cakes in 2016 during Easter lunch at Montana Rescue Mission.

The Montana Rescue Mission is preparing to serve Easter dinner to those experiencing homelessness and poverty, as well as the homebound. This year, the MRM expects to serve the meal to more than 400 people.

To ensure the dinner is special for those who have nowhere else to go, MRM is need of butter sticks and a lot more pies. Both can be dropped off at the community dining room located in the men’s shelter at 2822 Minnesota Ave.

In addition to the sit-down meals served in the dining room, take-out meals will be prepared and delivered to the homebound, those unable to travel to MRM, and Meals on Wheels recipients. Billings residents who are not in the Meals on Wheels program and are in need of having an Easter meal delivered are encouraged to sign up by calling 406-259-3800 by 5 p.m. on March 30.

On Easter Sunday, chapel service will begin at noon. Seating for dinner will begin at 1 p.m. and conclude at 3 p.m.

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