One of the best ways to let someone know you love them is through a song, and that's how a group of local high schoolers and a female quartet spread the message this Valentine's Day.
Diva Trouble started the day of love at Westfield Small Animal Clinic.
Doctor Kira Kautz was surprised by coworkers with a performance by the quartet. They made their way to the hospital where they took Lyle Barksdale by surprise with a performance organized by her husband, Byron.
"I was very surprised, I was not expecting it at all. My husband is not typically this romantic so this was a delightful surprise. It is a really special Valentine's Day," said Barksdale.
St. Pats students were able to send singing candy grams to each other. Band and choir members perform songs ranging from Call Me Maybe to You're the One that I want. Band member Cassie Brown said it's an opportunity to both spread the love and fundraise.
"We're raising money to have our band go play at state basketball, hopefully if our girls go to state. So we decided to do candy grams for Valentines Day. So people could pay two dollars to get a little bag with candy. Or they could pay five dollars if they wanted a bag of candy and if they wanted us to serenade the person they sent their singing candy gram to," said Brown.
Here's hoping everyone had a love song sung to them today.