The Salvation Army hosted its second annual "Caroling for Kettles" drive to help raise money for the less fortunate during this holiday season.
The money dropped in red kettles puts food on the table and presents under the tree for under-privileged children and their families.
The red kettle campaign is the Salvation Army's biggest fundraiser of the year, and the program has been running strong since 1891.
Scott Hoover with the Salvation Army said, "Number one, I love music, and the kids out here just pour their hearts out and they do such a fantastic job, and it would be so great to see every caroling group throughout the year, but you can't, so this is one way to get a bunch of them together at one time to be able to enjoy."
Red kettles will be scattered throughout town until December 23 if you would like to donate.