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Kol hakvod on the changes. I would welcome seeing the pictures of the other shules that belong to the COSV
Posted by Moshe Trebish on 2008-02-20 01:50:47 GMT
Hi I agree. Why stop at 50........... not good. Over 50's also need a special someone in their life.
Posted on 2008-02-12 20:55:00 GMT
Dear Rachel, I know you have a great service and went through the registration process last year. However, I was rejected as was 50!!!!! (51 now). People over 50 also need assistance in finding someone. I know you have limited resources, but why should we be discriminated against by age. Personally, i've tried a number of ways to meet people. Including runing my own singles group (jewish mix & Mingle), but found just that brought out many of the 'same' people, I'd met before. I know there are many others around- who don't go to single's groups!... Some choose to go out with non-jews, as it's much easier to meet people (I won't). Think of the effect of this and example given to their adult children. Others just give up. Some are lucky to network through married friends. A few go on line (2 of a Kind is the latest free site, for Ozzie jews), but substantially the same people whove been on line for many years. It is very difficult. I'd be happy to think tank with you and provide active support to help you expand your age range. Andrea Cooper
on 2008-02-11 23:06:07 GMT