A married volunteer gave a guidance speech on what to look for in a prospective spouse.The main activity for the event was group speed dating.Through 10 years as Fulton County Commission chair, John Eaves built a lengthy track record on LGBT issues and developed support among gay voters.
All the participants were divided into several groups according to age.
There was a group for people in their mid-20s, a group for those in their late 20s, and so on.
The Atlanta branch of Hindu Vivah plans to organize these events on a quarterly basis and so become an institution of the Atlanta Hindu community.
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At this meeting, there was a separate group for those who were middle-aged and elderly, all of whom were widowed or divorced with grown children.
There was a widow in her early 60s who had lost her husband to cancer.
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, Vivah’s Atlanta branch held its fall quarter singles event at the Roswell Holiday Inn with 63 participants and 12 volunteers.
After the speed dating event, there was some freeform socializing.
Participants could turn in sheets to the organizers giving authorization to reveal their contact information to select people they liked.
The goal is to promote marriage by providing a wholesome, alcohol-free environment and some structure in meeting people. There are no restrictions other than that the person must be Hindu.