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Six men and twelve women took participated in the event which was Touchmark's first. Nubson has been single for 3½ years since the death of her husband of six decades.
Dave Wallis / The Forum It was her first time dating with a timer."I was kind of worried what my kids would think. She's ready for some companionship."I just thought it would be kind of fun to have a good friend to go to a movie with or have coffee," Nubson said.
Worse, when asked about the sequence, he was defiant, insisting that he’d do it again.
Elton Heath and La Verne Nubson introduce themselves to each other before they will have five minutes to get to know each other during a speed dating event held Wednesday, June 29, 2016, at Touchmark at Harwood Groves in Fargo.
Fitz settled on the idea of a speed-dating event for ages 70 to 90 after seeing the movie "The Age of Love" at the Fargo Theatre.
She then arranged for a screening of the documentary about seniors, love and speed dating, on April 25 at Touchmark.
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