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"There's nothing for us older people to do anymore," she said."All the younger people take over the bars."Besides, she said, gesturing toward her friend Karen Rehberg, of Bradley, "I get tired of dancing with her."Others, like Ralph Bechtold, of Orland, were looking to fill a void in their lives.Men sat at different tables, and women rotated from table to table in timed increments, staying only long enough to introduce themselves and talk a bit before moving on to the next potential love connection.There's "not so much pressure" when there is only five to seven minutes of conversation allowed, Orland Township spokesman Joe Snaidauf said.
The hospitals, which last year partnered to develop a pediatric subspecialty center at Little...Jan Miller of Peotone said she attended the senior speed dating event in Orland Park Thursday because she was tired of going dancing with her girlfriends and wanted to meet a man with whom to dance.(Erin Gallagher, Daily Southtown)"I'm still getting used to being alone, just me and the dog, and I'm kind of liking it."About 50 people attended the Orland Township-hosted event at the 94 West Grill and Tavern, 15410 94th Ave., Orland Park.Maureen Reid, of Orland Park, put the event into perspective."I've done (speed dating) before," she said."I think it's better than the online stuff."Janet Hardy, of Frankfort, who has been a widow for 21 years, said there was little to lose and perhaps a lot to gain.
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