AARP Alaska

Working to enhance the quality of life for our 82,000 members in Alaska
DEC 14, 2021
Brought to you by AARP Juneau CAT and the Juneau Commission on Sustainability
JAN 10, 2022
A guide to where, when and how to get a COVID-19 vaccine or booster
DEC 15, 2021
Dillingham's Volunteer Fire Chief is honored with 2021 Andrus Award
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AARP is here to help you take on today – and every day. From sharing practical resources, to holding fun activities and events, and lobbying in Juneau, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build an even stronger Alaska. We hope you’ll join us!
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Setting your sights on career success? Join us at the Online Career Summit to explore the skills you need to kickstart your career and connect with job coaches and hiring managers.
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Alaskans of any age are capable of serving their community. That’s Nona Safra’s message as an honorary member of the Alaska State Fair Royalty.
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Medicare changes every year, which means it can get a little complicated when trying to understand what’s new for you. Join us for a free webinar where we’ll discuss the key takeaways from this year’s Medicare changes and what they may mean for your benefits.
Tax anxiety
The 2022 tax season is fast approaching! AARP Alaska and Tax Aide volunteer experts are standing by to help. Read on for a message from the incoming Anchorage Tax-Aide Coordinator, Roger Marks, and to see a list of upcoming tax preparation webinars (starting in November 2021 and closing in April 2022).
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AARP Alaska recently conducted a telephone survey to gauge AARP members’ knowledge, attitudes and support for potential solutions to the state’s budget crisis. 
Livable Communities workshop
Gil Penalosa of 880 Cities to discuss livability in Anchorage
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AARP and Alaska Municipal League are pulling together toward Alaska’s future, where Alaskans of all generations can stay in Alaska. Together we know that the State’s budget shortfall must be addressed; new revenues are needed to continue to provide the state infrastructure and services that Alaskans need to allow them to remain in their communities as they age.  
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Another record-breaking year for nationwide program 
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GUSTAVUS, AK— Using funds from a 2020 AARP Community Challenge Grant, non-profit Gustavus Community Center (GCC) has successfully furnished and equipped their center’s fitness room. GCC was awarded funding in October 2020, amid COVID-19 and the center’s opening. “The  pandemic came at a time when our brand-new facility had just been completed and we were getting ready to open the community’s first fitness center,” said Board President Sean Neilson. “The Community Challenge Grant helped us to safely open our doors, providing not only new opportunities for physical fitness but critical community connection as well.”
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