Fayette Presbyterian Church (FPC) will hold its Third Annual Valentine’s Day Dinner on Feb. 12 at 5:30 p.m. to honor the women of the church.
“Last year’s occasion was joyously received by all women attending,” a spokesperson said. “They especially enjoyed personal catering at their tables by men of the church.”
The men’s group will again wear semi-formal black and white tuxedo attire and, like last year, will prepare and serve individual meals to each woman attending.
Foods will consist of a full sit-down meal that the men “chefs” along with men kitchen staff will cook and assemble together with all side dishes. Two men per table will serve women their hot plates “from the left” in unison until all are served. When attendees have finished their food courses, men in unison will retrieve their plates from each women’s “right side” again in choreography style.
In addition, beverages, any food selection, or dessert will be refilled as each woman “beckons for assistance” from the Men-in-Black tuxedos.
The annual dinner is conducted by the men of FPC “solely to honor women who do so much serving church, community, and our families.”
All women attending may invite their family members for this special dinner. Last year’s event was attended by well over 100 women and their families and as many are expected this year.
In addition to food and service, the evening includes romantic music and a Valentine video slide show, with dancing as desired.
For first time church visitors there will be “no cost” to women or their family guests, but an RSVP is requested to ensure these reservations are notated as “new visitors.”
For reservations, contact Richard Morris or John Sackett by church phone at 770-461-7147.
Fayette Presbyterian Church is at 791 Forest Ave. (Ga. Hwy. 92 N.) in Fayetteville.
Those attending are asked to arrive early so that they can be seated by 5:30 p.m.