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Collegiate summer baseball is back in scenic Mat-Su Valley. On AARP Day at the Ballpark on Friday, June 28, catch the Mat-Su Miners when they take on the Anchorage Bucs at Hermon Brothers Field.
Residents in Anchorage are gearing up for the annual Bike to Work Day, on Friday, May 17, when thousands will celebrate community health by commuting on two wheels.
To help residents get a jump on post-work preparations, AARP Alaska is offering free Secure Your Future workshops in Fairbanks.
Gil Penalosa, a global expert on transforming areas into good, vibrant places for all people, is visiting the state to headline the Alaska Livable Communities Forum.
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AARP was founded on the simple premise that no one should have to live in a chicken coop. The shocking discovery of a distinguished former teacher living in poverty inspired our founder to devote the rest of her years to improving the quality of life for all as they age.
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AARP Alaska recently sat down with Anne Drago, Chair of the AARP Anchorage Community Council.
AARP Alaska has more than 82,000 members, making AARP the largest membership organization in the state. We provide information that is useful to Alaska’s 50+ population.
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