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The AARP Bulletin

Stevie Smith, a retired U.S. Army logistics officer, is the new lead for the AARP Arkansas veterans team. In the role, Smith, 55, organizes meetings, speakers, community service projects and other activities geared toward former service members.
Odessa Darrough is the new volunteer state president for AARP Arkansas, advocating for the state’s more than 270,000 members.
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The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds will offer a free air show at Little Rock Air Force Base the weekend of Oct. 21-22. AARP Arkansas, a sponsor of the event, will be there to talk to members of the 50-plus community about its support of veterans.
AARP Arkansas is offering free financial literacy classes led by financial adviser Joe Chacko of Morgan Stanley Wealth Management.
AARP Arkansas and other organizations will celebrate Juneteenth on Saturday, June 17, with a 5K walk/run and a street festival.
Arkansas ranks 49th nationally in the quality of its internet service, making it harder for individuals and businesses to use telehealth services, watch movies online or keep in touch with loved ones.
AARP Arkansas seeks volunteers to advance the state office’s mission to promote and protect the interests of residents 50 and older.
AARP is reaching out to volunteers to help advocate on behalf of those 50 and older in the state.
About one-tenth of Arkansas adults are military veterans, and AARP is working to help them attain available benefits.
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