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less Sally Paul, of Stratford, chats with Seymour Greenwold, of Bridgeport, as he moves to the next table Wednesday, Feb.9, 2011 during “Senior Singles Mix and Mingle,” Connecticut’s first-ever senior speed ..."The guys over there, they can't hear you and they get tongue-tied," the part-time aerobic instructor said."The last guy I dated was 44 and couldn't keep up with me." Westport resident Lois, 71, whose husband died two years ago, also wished the men were younger."How depressing," was her response to Richard's daily entertainment choice. "What I tell people is if the time goes by quickly, circle yes," said Robert Tamiso, the event organizer."If the time drags on, circle no." Kevin Hunter, executive director at Watermark, said the purpose of the event was to get the seniors to socialize and meet new people, especially in time for Valentine's Day."My husband would have been the age of some of them," she said, "but he looked much better." Every participant had a different tactic Wednesday in the speed dating event. Dottie, a Fairfield resident in her early 70s, said she was looking for someone who shared the same interests.Richard liked to tell the women about his love for watching the stock market on television, which elicited very different reactions. "I would like to go to a movie or dinner or a walk or a concert with someone else, with a man," she said.
more Peter Perillo, of Bridgeport, sizes up the crowd Wednesday, Feb.
That's not healthy." A second speed dating session scheduled for March is already booked and the Watermark is considering making the event a monthly occurrence.
Of the hundreds of residents living at the Park Avenue facility, there are only 14 married couples.
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