Wanda Moore talks with Paul Galatas during “Coming of Age,” a speed dating event for people 55 years and older, on June 24 at McCrite Plaza at Briarcliff in Kansas City. The event, which rotates each man to talk to a different woman every six minutes, was sponsored by the Shepherd's Center Central.
Wanda Moore talks with Paul Galatas during “Coming of Age,” a speed dating event for people 55 years and older, on June 24 at McCrite Plaza at Briarcliff in Kansas City. The event, which rotates each man to talk to a different woman every six minutes, was sponsored by the Shepherd's Center Central. ALLISON LONG along@kcstar.com
Wanda Moore talks with Paul Galatas during “Coming of Age,” a speed dating event for people 55 years and older, on June 24 at McCrite Plaza at Briarcliff in Kansas City. The event, which rotates each man to talk to a different woman every six minutes, was sponsored by the Shepherd's Center Central. ALLISON LONG along@kcstar.com

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