— April 20, 2017 Contact: Jane Margesson AARP Maine Communications Director 229-5628 or jmargesson@aarp.org   AARP Maine Hosts World Fraud Expert, Frank Abagnale, at Portland Scam Awareness Event 500+ residents, members of law enforcement, state agency reps attend PORTLAND:  AARP Maine held their largest scam awareness event to date this evening, designed to raise awareness about scams and fraud.  The featured speaker was Frank W. Abagnale, Jr., an expert on outsmarting con artists whose story was portrayed in the feature film …

— RELEASE: June 1, 2016 Contact: Jane Margesson AARP Maine Communications Director 229-5628 or jmargesson@aarp.org   AARP Maine Hosts Bangor “Scam Jam” to Fight Scams and Fraud in Maine Senator Susan Collins Addresses Audience of 200 BANGOR:  AARP Maine held a “Scam Jam” today, an event designed to raise awareness about common scams and fraud in Maine with speeches and workshops conducted by state agencies leading the fight against these crimes.  200 Maine residents, members of law enforcement, state agency representatives …

— Tune into MPBN Maine Calling TODAY at 1:00 for a program that will DISRUPT AGING. Dr. Lori Parham, AARP Maine State Director, will be joined by Dr. Bill Thomas, one of the most innovative and creative thinkers working in medicine today. Listen online or on the radio (90.1 FM in the Portland area). To participate in the show, call 1-800-399-3566, email talk@mpbn.net, Tweet @MaineCalling or find MPBN Maine Calling on Facebook. Dr. Bill Thomas’s 2016 Age of Disruption Tour brings …

— Tune in to MPBN Maine Calling on Monday, January 25th at noon for a conversation about Age Friendly Communities in Maine. The concept of building age-friendly communities is spreading quickly in Maine and the U.S. In cities and towns across Maine, local residents and local leaders want to ensure they are prepared for the state’s growing aging population. More than a dozen Maine towns have age-friendly planning efforts of one kind or another, including six who are members of the …

— March 19th: Today, the popular radio call-in show, Maine Calling on MPBN, featured a panel discussion about issues that affect older workers.  Topics included the challenges mature workers face, age discrimination and tips to finding your “what’s next.” Panelists: Lori Parham, AARP Maine State Director Jeffrey Young, Age Discrimination Attorney Jean Setzfand, AARP Vice President Financial Security MPBN Host: Keith Shorthall  Listen to the podcast: http://www.mpbn.net/OnDemand/AudioOnDemand/MaineCalling.aspx  Photo: flickr Community Commons