— Catch one of the world’s leading experts on outsmarting con artists. For over four decades, Frank W. Abagnale has advised the FBI on how to outsmart con artists and now he wants to share his knowledge with you! As one of the world’s most respected authorities on forgery, embezzlement and secure documents, Abagnale has joined forces with the AARP Fraud Watch Network and AARP Kentucky. On Thursday, October 12th at 1:30, Abagnale will help our community learn how to spot …

— Settlement with LG&E and Kentucky Utilities a Big Win for Kentuckians Kentucky Attorney General’s Office of Rate Intervention settlement with LG&E and KU to save Kentuckians $90 million annually – $33.2 million of that for residential ratepayers. In response to Attorney General Andy Beshear’s announcement that the Office of Rate Intervention has entered into a settlement with LG&E and KU, AARP Kentucky released the following statement by volunteer State President Charlotte Whittaker. “The bottom line is this settlement with LG&E and …

— Testimony: Economic Development & Tourism Committee February 11, 2013 Submitted by: James T. Kimbrough President AARP Kentucky Senate Bill 88 – Opposed Good afternoon, Madam Chair and members of the committee.  My name is Jim Kimbrough, and I am the AARP Kentucky State President. Thank you for this opportunity to express our comments on Senate Bill 88.  AARP opposes SB 88 because, if enacted, it would likely result in the loss of affordable basic phone service for Kentuckians living on …

— 2013 General Assembly – AARP Kentucky Statement: Preserve Public Pensions AARP Kentucky State Director Ron Bridges joined with firefighters, police officers, teachers, nurses and other state employees in their call to the General Assembly and Governor Steve Beshear to ensure these workers have the adequate resources they need to be financially independent in retirement. “AARP was founded with a clear vision: A society in which everyone has the opportunity to age with dignity and purpose.  That’s why we’re standing with …

— Ron Bridges – AARP Kentucky State Director Ron first joined AARP in 1997 and was promoted to AARP Kentucky State Director in September 2012. He joins the Kentucky Team after fifteen years as Associate State Director for Advocacy in the AARP Ohio State Office. While serving AARP in Ohio, he was widely recognized as a dedicated and highly proficient advocate for Ohioans age 50-plus. Prior to joining AARP, Ron served as Vice President for Strategic Planning with the Health Coalition …