Lollipop Girls perform for train passengers

VISITORS GETTING onto the Via Rail train got a musical performance before they left this morning at the George Little House.

THE LOLLIPOP Girls got off the Via Rail train to perform at the George Little House today

VISITORS GETTING onto the Via Rail train heading east today got a musical performance before they left this morning at the George Little House .

The Lollipop Girls, a group of girls aged eight to 12 who audition for the band, danced and sang two songs: We are Family and Love Train, to those who gathered to watch despite a light rain shower.

On the Via Rail trip heading west last Monday evening, the girls also stopped to perform.

The Lollipop Girls Band is a professional, audition-based high performance touring band.

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