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Lebanon history buffs lead free mansion tour

Posted on 04/15/2015 by | AARP Ohio | Comments

Invite a friend and meet us in Lebanon for a free and exclusive tour of the historic Glendower Mansion. Glendower Mansion, which overlooks downtown Lebanon, was erected in 1845 and given the name Glendower by its original owner, John Milton Williams, to honor the Welsh prince and hero Owen Glendower. A premium example of residential Greek Revival architecture found in Ohio, its exterior features include Ionic and Doric columns, classic carved cornices and porticoes and a hipped roof with a …

AARP Appoints Transition Team in Ohio

Posted on 04/8/2015 by | AARP Ohio | Comments

AARP Regional Vice President Rawle Andrews Jr. announced that, after a long and successful career driving positive social change for AARP members and Ohio residents of all ages, Ohio State Director Jane Taylor is retiring effective April 13, 2015. In thanking and wishing Jane well on her “What’s Next”, Andrews closed by stating, “With Jane’s departure, AARP Ohio’s Manager of State Operations Tamara James will step in as interim State Director, and Luke Russell, AARP Ohio’s Associate State Director for …

Fight Fraud at free Shred & Recycle events

Posted on 04/1/2015 by | AARP Ohio | Comments

AARP is working with community partners to help you protect yourself and your family from identity theft by shredding, destroying and recycling documents and disused digital devices that contain your personal information. “It’s best to shred old bank statements, tax returns, credit card receipts and other such household paperwork before they fall into the wrong hands,” says Ed Cokley, a Dayton volunteer who leads Fraud Watch Network activities for AARP Ohio. There is no charge to have bags or boxes …

Hey Dayton! Have fun making a difference

Posted on 03/30/2015 by | AARP Ohio | Comments

If you’re interested in having fun and making a difference in your community, come out to meet AARP Ohio volunteers and hear more about how you can get involved. Stop by to pick up information, talk to volunteers over refreshments and explore these Real Possibilities to make a difference in Dayton: Help plan and assist at AARP-sponsored events like Movies for Grown Ups, AARP Day at the Ballpark with the Dayton Dragons, and more. Become a Life Reimagined guide and …

Great Lakes tales and history might surprise you

Posted on 03/27/2015 by | AARP Ohio | Comments

From tales of native peoples to fur traders, from secret voyages conducted by the Underground Railroad to rum runners, and thousands of shipwrecks in between, the National Museum of the Great Lakes in Toledo tells the whole story. Invite a friend and join fellow AARP members for an exclusive tour of the National Museum of the Great Lakes and the SS Col. James M. Schoonmaker, once the largest freighter on the Great Lakes. AARP is offering members a free tour …

Come see the signs of the times

Posted on 03/22/2015 by | AARP Ohio | Comments

AARP Cincinnati has arranged a special Sunday evening tour of the American Sign Museum in Cincinnati, where members and their guests can experience the rich history of American signage through preservation of original signs and educational displays about them. Members and their guests are invited to the museum on Sunday, May 17, from 4 p.m. until 6 p.m. where they can witness the history of American vintage sign that evoke stories and reflect history, technology, commerce, and the culture of …