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Give the gift of singing Valentines

Give the gift of song to your sweetheart.

Oswego Valley Snowbelters quartets offer two great sweetheart songs in four-part barbershop harmony, a gift, personalized card, a digital picture and a ticket to our Barbershop Harmony Spring Show on April 26.

For more information contact Barney at (315-342-9297 or e-mail MrBJohnson29@gmail.com

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