The Valley Voices Barbershop Chorus includes Marian Eason (back row, left), Wendy McDougald, Connie Witt, Rebecca Weissinger, Helen Tranter, Janie Tuft and Mary Mayberry. Front row, left to right: Joyce Adair, Bev Bunge, Kathleen Jeffries and Lou Irby. Lee Griffith and Diane Spencer are not pictured. [Photo courtesy of Marian Eason]

The Valley Voices Barbershop Chorus will offer Singing Valentines on Friday, Feb. 12, in Moab and Spanish Valley. For $10, each recipient will be serenaded with two songs, and will receive a carnation, along with a message from the giver.

Valley Voices has been offering Singing Valentines for 33 years, and more than 800 valentines have been presented in that time. The cost has remained the same.

If you would like to give a Singing Valentine to that special someone, contact Mary Mayberry at 435-259-5767. Reservations are limited, and the deadline is 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 10.

The Valley Voices is a women’s chorus, singing a cappella, four-part harmony in the Barbershop style. The chorus has been together for 38 years. Over the years, the chorus has entertained visitors; performed at weddings, funerals and other special occasions; visited the Canyonlands Care Center; performed for Veterans’ Day ceremonies; led the annual Christmas Tree Lighting carols and performed at Christmas craft fairs. The chorus is available for performances with a repertoire of songs for all occasions.

Rehearsals are held each Monday evening, at 6:30 p.m. If you are interested in joining the Valley Voices chorus, or want to schedule a performance, contact Mayberry at 435-259-5767.