The AARP Bulletin

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Alaska voters should closely read their ballots for the Tuesday, Aug. 16, election.
Voting
It will be a year of change for the state’s voters.
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The challenges of a warming globe are nowhere more pressing than in Alaska, which sits as the nation’s front door to climate change.
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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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AARP Alaska recently conducted a telephone survey to gauge AARP members’ knowledge, attitudes and support for potential solutions to the state’s budget crisis. 
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AARP Alaska has teamed up with the national nonprofit FitLot in a nationwide initiative to support the creation of outdoor fitness parks in each state and territory that it serves.
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June is LGBT Pride Month, a time to celebrate the LGBTQ community. AARP Alaska played a key role in establishing the Alaska affiliate of the national advocacy and services organization SAGE—Advocacy & Services for LGBT Elders.
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The Anchorage Museum and AARP Alaska are offering a way to engage in cultural enrichment while staying safe during the pandemic.
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Online scammers are looking for ways to prey on people by hacking their digital devices. At an AARP Alaska Fraud Watchdogs presentation, Teresa Holt, state director, will provide insights into how people can avoid becoming victims.
Livable Drawing
AARP Alaska is helping create more livable neighborhoods, awarding $15,349 in grants for projects in three communities.
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