Lindsay Lohan was snapped chipping away at her 125 hours of community service on Wednesday.
The 28-year-old actress reported to Duffield Children's Center in the Fort Greene neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York, where she reunited with 5-year-old Donovan Illery. Lindsay first made friends with Donovan during her 2014 OWN docuseries, Lindsay.
Melissa Russo of NBC New York tweeted a photo of Lindsay at the children's center.
Lindsay Lohan reports for community service in Brooklyn. Poses w 5 yr old Donovan Illery @ child care center pic.twitter.com/M5A3T6tuyi— Melissa Russo (@MelissaRusso4NY) May 13, 2015
Even better, Lindsay arrived "super early" to serve her hours, Ivonne Lopez, director of Duffield's early childhood programs, proudly told media outside the children's center.
"She has started her community service today. Today she is doing clerical work. She is completing some of the clearances that we need. And she will be here pretty much all day," Lopez told reporters.
Prior to today, Lindsay had reportedly only done about 10 of the required 125 hours, meaning that even if she worked six hours a day, seven days a week, she still wouldn't get all her hours in before her May 28 due date.
So happy to be finally helping out all the kids at @WeAreBCS - I just hope that I can make a difference to their lives 🙏— Lindsay Lohan (@lindsaylohan) May 13, 2015
On Monday, Lindsay's father Michael told ET that he's confident his daughter will make the deadline.
"Where there's a will, there's a way and when Lindsay wants to do something she does it," Michael told ET. "More importantly, if she has to do something, she does it."
Lindsay's community service order stems from a 2012 car accident in Los Angeles.