The annual program aims to make communities in Arizona more livable for people of all ages
This Hispanic Heritage Month, AARP is proud to honor the life and legacy of Congressman Ed Pastor through our Vivan Las Voces oral history program, capturing the stories of Latinos for future generations to come. Earlier this year, Congressman Pastor’s beloved wife, Verma, and daughter, Laura, sat down with StoryCorps to pay tribute to their husband and father, and his lasting impact on his community. Their memorable conversation has been transformed into a three-minute animation video produced by our program partner, StoryCorps. I am honored to share the Vivan Las Voces animation video celebrating Arizona’s first Latino congressman, Ed Pastor. We hope you enjoy watching!
Prescott/Prescott Valley volunteers lead a virtual gnome making class.
Scottsdale officials and regional health care provider HonorHealth are teaming up to determine whether the city can be designated as a “blue zones community,” an area where people tend to live longer, healthier lives.
Fire season is upon us, and AARP is working to help Arizona residents prepare.
"Help protect Arizona's irreplaceable cultural resources by becoming a Steward of the past. If you are interested in becoming a Site Steward click on the link near the bottom of the page to view the program's website and videos. If this is something you would like to do please click here (www.azsitesteward.org) to register and complete an application."
AZ AARP Awards Six Arizona Organizations with Community Grants as Part of its Successful Nationwide Program
AARP Awards Six Arizona Organizations with Community Grants as Part of its Successful Nationwide Program
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