National Safety Month: Drive Safe, Drive Smart

Posted on 06/1/2015 by | AARP Blog Author | Comments

Driver Safety By AARP Driver Safety This June, AARP Driver Safety is recognizing National Safety Month because we know safer driving saves lives. Safer driving can also save you money on car insurance premiums or costly vehicle repairs. However, safer driving isn’t possible without an alert, cautious driver. This month, concentrating on the following three aspects of the driving experience can help you be a safer, smarter driver: 1. A healthy driver is a safer driver. Just as your car needs regular …

With Social Security and Medicare, Timing is Everything

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Health & Wellbeing | Money & Work By Bob Stephen and Rosa Maymi As you’re mapping out your retirement plan, don’t forget to include Social Security and Medicare in your thought process. When it comes to enrolling in these hugely important programs, timing is everything. Enrollment doesn’t usually happen at the same time, and both deserve special attention. Let’s take a close look at each. Social Security When You Are Eligible for Social Security Benefits Your eligibility for full Social Security benefits depends on when you were …

Get Tips at the Festival on How to Fight Fraud

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Community | Events | Fraud | Livable Communities AARP Wyoming invites people attending the annual NIC Fest to stop by its booth at the vendor fair. The festival, which features more than 80 artists and bands, is hosted by the Nicolaysen Art Museum at 400 E. Collins St. in Casper. AARP staff and volunteers will be on-site June 26 and 27 to discuss the AARP Fraud Watch Network and to provide information on livable communities, caregiving and other topics of interest to Wyoming residents age 50-plus. In addition, …

AARP Wyoming hosts ShredFest and Fraud Watch presentations

Posted on 05/12/2015 by | AARP Wyoming | Comments

Community | Events | Fraud AARP Wyoming is sponsoring a free shredding event in Casper, WY, on June 25 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m., to help residents safely dispose of documents with personally identifiable information. Residents can drop off up to two boxes of papers to be shredded at the Natrona County Public Library, 307 E. 2nd St., in Casper for free. In addition, AARP staff will give two Fraud Watch Network presentations at the library to help people learn about scams and frauds and tips …

AARP Wyoming supports, attends Casper events

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Community | Events | Livable Communities AARP Wyoming invites people attending the annual NIC Fest to stop by its booth at the vendor fair. The festival, which features more than 80 artists and bands, is hosted by the Nicolaysen Art Museum at 400 E. Collins St. in Casper. AARP staff and volunteers will be onsite there June 26 and 27 to discuss the AARP Fraud Watch Network and to provide information on livable communities, caregiving and other topics of interest to Wyoming residents age 50-plus. In …

AARP Wyoming

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About AARP AARP Wyoming  2020 Carey Avenue, Mezzanine (map) Cheyenne, WY 82009 Phone: 1-866-663-3290 (toll-free) wyaarp@aarp.org Tim Summers – Wyoming State Director Renee Gamino – Associate State Director for Outreach Tim Lockwood – Associate State Director for Communications/State Advocacy Bret Baugh – Senior Operations Associate     For press inquiries only, please contact Tim Lockwood at (307) 432-5802.