The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

October 27, 2013

‘Five Love Languages’ dinner meetings planned for couples


— WVU Extension is offering a “Five Love Languages” dinner meeting for couples who are married or in a committed relationship.

The program is based on Dr. Gary Chapman’s book and will allow participants to find out what their love language is and how to use this as a communication tool in their marriage.

Included are two free face-to-face dinner meetings. At the first meeting Nov. 1, there will be a dinner and review of the program. The Dec. 6 meeting will be for dinner and evaluation. The first meeting will be at the Mountaineer Conference center and the second at the Holiday Inn conference center.

Both dinners are from 6 to 8 p.m. and you must attend them both.

You must pre-register to attend by contacting Terrill Peck at 304-255-9321 or terrill.peck@mail. wvu.edu. Both people in the relationship must attend. The program is limited to 10 couples.