On Friday, Daisy Girl Scout Troop 78192 sang Christmas carols to the residents of the Thomas Upham nursing home.
Fourteen Kindergarteners dressed as Candy Cane fairies entertained the residents and also presented them with handmade ornaments.
"During a meeting, the girls practiced their Christmas carols and also made ornaments to decorate a Christmas tree which we also brought to the Upham House and left there for them to enjoy," explained leader Jennifer Menard.
This is the girls' first year in Girl Scouts and they learned that a big piece of being a Daisy is being considerate and caring and making the world a better place, explained Menard.
"The girls sang a variety of Christmas carols to a very happy group of Upham House residents," said their leader. "It was so wonderful to see the expressions on the faces of both the young and the young-at heart-that day, and was a great way to kick off the holiday season. I'm sure it will be an experience that the girls will always remember."