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Singing telegrams for Valentine's Day

A choir of 16 will sing a song for your sweetheart. - Tara Davie /Special to The News
A choir of 16 will sing a song for your sweetheart.
— image credit: Tara Davie /Special to The News

Not everyone can profess their love in song, but this Valentine's Day Rayne Beveridge and his merry band of singers will once again make that wish a reality for the smitten lady or lad who lacks vocal chops.

For $40, 16 singers will serenade your sweet heart in beautiful three part harmonies.

You can also arrange for a gift of flowers, chocolates or card to accompany the song.

The telegrams will be delivered on Sunday Feb. 10 from noon to 6 p.m., and Feb. 14 from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Proceeds go to the Heart and Stroke Foundation.

Song choices:

I just called to say I love you, by Stevie Wonder;

•  Truly, Madly, Deeply, by Savage Garden;

Love Me Do, by The Beatles;

Just the Way You Are, by Bruno Mars.

V-telegrams

To book your call the Bergthorson Academy of Musical Arts at 604-467 6613 or Rayne Beveridge at 604-716 3057 or email raynebeveridge@hotmail.com.

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