Caption: Girl Scout band, Credit: Sonia Robinson
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Girl Scout band 

Teen Girls Form Holiday Band

From: WRVO
Length: 02:04

Some high school Girl Scouts are using their flutes, a harp, a trumpet, a violin and a clarinet to make the holiday season brighter for seniors. Read the full description.

Img_8909_small Some high school Girl Scouts are using their flutes, a harp, a trumpet, a violin and a clarinet to make the holiday season brighter for seniors.

17-year-olds Jayme Kelsey, Allison Carmody, Cat Robinson and 16-year-old Paige Gray have been playing holiday music at nursing homes thoughout the month.

WRVO's Jasmyn Belcher takes us to Kelsey's living room in Oswego, NY, where Girl Scout band practice is taking place.

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Some high school Girl Scouts are using their flutes, a harp, a trumpet, a violin and a clarinet to make the holiday season brighter for seniors.

17-year-olds Jayme Kelsey, Allison Carmody, Cat Robinson and 16-year-old Paige Gray have been playing holiday music at nursing homes thoughout the month.

WRVO's Jasmyn Belcher takes us to Kelsey's living room in Oswego, NY, where Girl Scout band practice is taking place.

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