Some local high school students are making money through music.
“We go out in the community or in school and we sing songs to people as a special message for them,” said Taylor Markle, an 11th grader at Ashdown High School.
It’s called a “sing-a-gram” and choir students are now taking requests to surprise someone in town with a special serenade.
Their first public performance was this morning for Little River County Judge Mike Cranford.
“These young people did an amazing job today and I was quite caught off guard and surprised by it,” said Cranford.