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AHEPA Chapter #31 invites you to its Dinner Dance on Saturday, 10/15/2022, at the Frosene Center at St. Sophia Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Washington, DC! Reserved table seating tickets now on sale exclusively at DCGreeks.com! Click here for details!
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Apollonia Productions presents multi-platinum recording artist Elli Kokkinou and Ilias Vrettos live at Greektown Square in Baltimore, MD on Friday, 9/23/2022. Reserved table seating and general admission standing room tickets on sale exclusively at DCGreeks.com! Click here for details!
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Hi, my name is vikv and I'm a 54 year-old male from baltimore, MD. I am looking for casual dating with women.
I am 5' 7". I have brown hair and I have brown eyes. I would consider my body to be fit.
I don't smoke and I don't drink.
I am a Greek Orthodox Christian. I sometimes attend church.

I have a Doctorate Degree. My Occupation: engineer.

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I was born and raised in Greece and came to the US for grad school. I figured I'd spend 2 years in the US, get my master's and go back to hapilly live in Greece ever after. The 2 years have turned to 18 and still counting. It is safe to conclude that things don't always go as planned. I take comfort in knowing that from a geological perspective, an extra 16 years is negligible. Then again I am not a rock formation so that slightly weakens the strength of the argument above. I am on this site to meet other Greeks in the area.

The kind of person I'm looking for on DCGreeks.com:

Like to meet interesting and fun people.

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