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The AARP Bulletin

AARP Alaska is offering four financial webinars on upcoming Fridays at 10 a.m. Here’s what’s on deck:
AARP volunteer Kay Spear-Budd, 55, understands the importance of supporting Alaska’s veterans, which the U.S. Census Bureau counts at more than 60,000. After all, she is one. An officer with the U.S. Air Force’s Air National Guard, she retired after nearly 34 years of service.
The coronavirus pandemic showed the importance of technology to stay connected — to work, health care services and friends and family.
As part of its effort to make communities safer and streets more walkable, AARP Alaska is sponsoring 10 fellows at the Walking College in 2023.
The Mat-Su Miners are back this summer, and AARP Alaska is offering free tickets to see the team in action.
It’s golf season, when icy temperatures surrender to summer’s midnight sun — ideal for teeing off with AARP at the Anchorage Golf Course.
Tax season doesn’t have to be taxing.
Join AARP Alaska for a virtual series that puts brain health and overall wellness front and center.
Online shopping is easy but also risky—especially during the holidays. AARP Alaska has tips to help weary shoppers be wary of cybercriminals.
A new session for the state Legislature starts in January 2023, and AARP Alaska is looking for volunteers to speak out on behalf of those 50-plus.
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