Valentine Flyer

Singing Valentines

On and around Valentine's Day, February 14, barbershop quartets from the Stockton Portsmen Barbershop Chorus will be surprising women (and even some men) in the Greater Stockton area. Four smiling and harmonius individuals serenade the lucky person with two love songs, and present her (or him) with a special gift and a Valentine card personalized with your message.

We'd love to surprise your sweetheart, mother, father, grandmother, grandfather, or any other special person with a present they'll treasure for the rest of their life. We'll sing at homes, workplaces, nursing homes, hospitals, or wherever you send us within 25 miles of Stockton. We're available mornings, afternoons and evenings.

The cost of becoming the most wonderful person in somebody's life is only a small fee for two love songs, a gift, and a personal card. We'll arrange for the Valentine to be delivered within a four hour time frame, with a modest increase in price for a tighter schedule or distant locations.

YOU CAN ORDER SINGING VALENTINES
anytime between now and February 14

by mailing the form,

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by calling (209) 881-7464,
or by eMailing us at Valentine@StocktonPortsmen.org.

If you send an email message, be sure to include your phone number and the best time of day to call you (you might want to consider when and where we should call you, so the surprise for your loved one won't be spoiled by them answering the phone).

If your loved one is out of the area, there are chapters across America and in other countries that deliver Singing Valentines. Use the website www.SingingValentines.com to find a chorus in another location.

This is one of our major fund-raiser of the year. The Portsmen Barbershop Chorus is a non-profit organization, and the money is used to support our educational and youth programs.

Tunestruck made up of Al Wolter, Bill Litz, Bob Yater and Greg Hedges were shadowed by the Stockton Record.


Jim Herrington, Bill Legg, Don Hickinbotham and John Eilers were one of our many quartets spreading Valentine cheer.