For the second year in a row, Cattlemen's Cut restaurant west of Great Falls served a Christmas day dinner to people from Malmstrom Air Force Base.
They served more than 200 airmen and their families for free.
Santa and Mrs. Claus also showed up to hand out some presents to children.
Organizer Corey Roberts says he wanted to bring everyone together to eat as a family.
Roberts said, "If they don't have a place to go they go eat at the mess hall there and they get a pretty decent meal but we wanted to do something as a family."
He continued, "We just wanted to do something for them because, hey, none of us would have the freedom do to what we want if it wasn't for them."
Roberts was glad to see how much the event has grown; last year there were just 40 people, but this year's event was so big, Cattlemen's had to get donations to get all the food on the table.
They plan to host the dinner again next year.
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