Shelby's First Presbyterian Church is playing host on Sunday, Feb. 14 to a Valentine's Day Drive-Thru Dinner.
The menu features chicken penne Alfredo, garlic bread, full salad with cheese, croutons and house dressing, a choice of chocolate or white cake and Dove chocolates.
The 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. event serves as a fundraiser event for the church's capital campaign, Pastor James Robinson reported.
Volunteers are preparing 140 meals for the motorists who are paying $8 per meal.
The meals are being handed to motorists using the alley between the church and the U.S. Post Office in Shelby off Gamble Street.
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