The Forbidden Plateau Barbershop Singers came by the Record office to promote their Singing Valentine offer. The group will serenade your partner for a $45 donation to L’Arche Comox Valley.

VIDEO: Forbidden Barbershop Singers offer Valentine serenades

The Forbidden Barbershop Singers will give your loved one a Valentine to remember.

For $45, the group will come to your partner’s workplace, or home, and offer up a couple of old-time romantic songs, in full costume, no less.

The recipient will also get a flower and a card.

The best part is 100 per cent of all money raised goes to the L’Arche Comox Valley I Belong Centre.

Call Henry at 250-337-5166 to book your Forbidden Barbershop Singers singing Valentine.

The group is taking bookings for Feb. 14 only, so space is limited.

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