With help from the community a Michigan food truck provided free meals to veterans on Easter.

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Shenanigans Food Truck set up shop in the parking lot of Tractor Supply Co. in Munising on Sunday, according to Fox UP 6.

Their owners Bill Dimmer and Heidi Brown handed out sloppy joes, pulled pork, French Fries, and cake to vets and their families.

Dimmer says that Shenanigans food truck wanted to give back, and he knows there are people who may not have a dinner or lunch to go on Easter.

The Munising community donated food and money to make the event possible.

Brown tells Fox UP 6,

For me, it is just something that I have always wanted to do is help people, anybody and I feel like everybody should come together more often and so this stuff and show everybody how much we appreciate them.

Brown and Dimmer both say they hope to do more events helping vets in the future.

The Shenanigans Food Truck opened in October 202.

The mobile eatery serves breakfast like biscuits and gravy, breakfast nachos, and French Toast. Lunch offerings include burgers, BLT, Philly Cheesesteak and sides like onion rings and mac and cheese bites.

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