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By THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN
Finding the love of your life in Bakersfield might seem far-fetched for singles.
But in the September issue of "Bakersfield Life" magazine, 16 of the most eligible bachelors and bachelorettes have created a start in their search for love by giving readers insights into their lives.
The magazine, which comes out Saturday, partnered with California Singles, a new matchmaking company in town that personally helps individuals find companionship.
"Sharing life with that special someone, the love of your life, just makes life richer," 53-year-old bachelor Richard Goldberg said Friday on "First Look with Scott Cox."
Like Goldberg, Cindy Harper, 53, wants to find the love of her life but has found it difficult to do so in Bakersfield.
After returning to Bakersfield from southern California, Harper noticed a difference in the social atmosphere.
"Bakersfield is a very bedroom community, people are into their families and I find it to be very isolated for the single groups," Harper said.
Simulcast host Scott Cox said he wished Harper luck finding love in Bakersfield. He noted her education and intelligence.
If you're single and looking for romance, and are interested in connecting with any of the 16 singles, you can email email@example.com. In the subject line, place the name of the single you want to contact.