The local Girl Scout troops combine every November to serve meals to Baden residents who live in Green Diamond Place, a senior high rise.
They end the meal singing Christmas carols for residents.
Girl Scout leaders Yvonne McConnell and Shelia Morris organized this year's event.
"Traditions are important because we want the younger girls to understand family and history and interact with the older generation," Morris said.
Bessie Christner attended the meal for the second year in a row. She said that the event was "wonderful" and that she would like to see more of the community do this.
"I was a server and sang Christmas carols," Girl Scout Emma Stefanik said. "It made me feel happy because I'm making other people happy."
"The residents love seeing the girls and it's fun for them and we hope that it is fun for the girls too," said Sarah Edwards, staff member at Green Diamond Place. "Some of the residents don't see family members very often so this is nice for the residents to feel that sense of family."
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