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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.
As Women's History Month unfolds, we have an opportunity to shine a spotlight on women veterans.
During the 2023 Legislative Session, AARP Arkansas was proud to support many bills that benefit our state's veterans. In June, we heard from a member of the governor's staff on these victories.
This exhibit from the Women Military Memorial will be on display at the MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History June 17-August 26, 2023, with a reception by AARP Arkansas on June 17.
About one-tenth of Arkansas adults are military veterans, and AARP is working to help them attain available benefits.
We proudly salute our veterans, military, and their families who are vital to our country’s identity, as well as our nearly 4 million AARP members who have served.
During the pandemic, AARP Arkansas has stepped up by providing many offerings online.
Nearly a tenth of the state’s adults are military veterans, and AARP Arkansas is committed to helping them get the benefits they deserve.
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