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SINGING PAYS OFF The Forbidden Plateau Barbershop Chorus thanks those who ordered a singing Valentine this year. Funds raised from this event and other singouts go to the Courtenay Prostate Support Group. Chorus members are seen here presenting an $1,800 cheque to Brian Lunn and Doug McPherson of the prostate support group.  Al Manuel, Jean Turner, Bruce Walkey, Vic Crisp, Peter Edwards and Henry Unger are chorus members in the photo. Ron Hudson and Nigel Barkerd were absent. - Erin Haluschak
SINGING PAYS OFF The Forbidden Plateau Barbershop Chorus thanks those who ordered a singing Valentine this year. Funds raised from this event and other singouts go to the Courtenay Prostate Support Group. Chorus members are seen here presenting an $1,800 cheque to Brian Lunn and Doug McPherson of the prostate support group. Al Manuel, Jean Turner, Bruce Walkey, Vic Crisp, Peter Edwards and Henry Unger are chorus members in the photo. Ron Hudson and Nigel Barkerd were absent.
— image credit: Erin Haluschak
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