— By Jill Gambon Jane Ahern-DeFillippi, public policy junkie, closely tracks bills in Washington, D.C., or on Beacon Hill that could affect her community, especially its older residents. As a volunteer legislative advocate for AARP Massachusetts, Ahern-DeFillippi also posts and shares updates daily on Facebook. She helps keep others informed about health care reform, for example, and upcoming classes or events. She became a Facebook “power user” after participating in a social media workshop offered by AARP Massachusetts. In the class, …

— Want to volunteer with AARP Massachusetts from the comfort of your computer keyboard? It’s easy: Become one of our Social Media Volunteers by ‘Liking’ us on Facebook and ‘Following’ us on Twitter. Keep in touch with what’s happening here at the state office by monitoring both of our social platforms. Be the first to know about sweepstakes we run and upcoming events we’re planning. And by simply ‘liking’ and share our Facebook content, and ‘favoriting’ and RTing our Twitter tweets, you’ll …

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