Carolers greet mall shoppers
Two sisters spent their Thursday night lifting their voices to raise money for a good cause.
Cheryl Collins and Elaine Carol set up at the Albany Mall to sing Christmas carols for the Salvation Army's 'Red Kettle' campaign.
This is the second year the women have done this sort of charity for the organization.
They say their reward is simply using their gift to bring joy to others.
"Kids love it and the families that come by. It's just a big smile and we get a reward as well by doing something to make someone a little bit happier," said caroler Cheryl Collins.
If you would like to hear them, the sisters will be singing in front of the mall again on December 23rd.