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And let’s face it, I like flying blind.”Linda Sammeli of Fort Madison came to the event to have a good time.“I came here to have fun,” Sammeli said.“And if the man of my dreams came in, that would be the icing on the cake.”Justin Kirchner was just at the event to do two things.“I want to have fun, and maybe find true love,” Kirchner said.Prior to the speed dating, the two women came up with a long list of questions that could be asked to get the ball rolling.
She said in the country, peoples' lives were very exposed and most people knew when someone came with 'baggage'."People talk a lot and give their perspective on certain people and say 'they have a reputation'," Ms Charnstrom said."Whereas if you're in a city there's a lot more people and you don't know them, so it's a lot easier."She said most young people met through the local pub or nightclub events.
Eagles Club members Amanda Huebner and Ashley Rung organized the event, and when the doors opened at 6 p.m.
for registration and nobody was waiting, they kept a positive attitude.“We are trying to find new things to do to introduce people to our club,” Huebner said.
As for trying to become match-makers, Rung said the event could introduce people and lead them in that direction.“We talked about it,” Rung said.
“But we just thought it would be a good idea to let people meet face to face instead of computer dating. Each person would get one free drink and then the conversations would begin.
Other than that, there were not many other opportunities to meet a new lover."I feel like that's kind of the only way," she said.