Carol Lynn Tiegs

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Bertha Gallegos’ interest in family research started with doing genealogy projects in high school. But it fully sparked in 1986 when her brother took her to a meeting of the Colorado Society of Hispanic Genealogy (hispanicgen.org), “to give me something to do,” she said.
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For the past 18 months, a half dozen area artists have been creating dozens of portraits that explore the visual dimensions of age and the life experiences that lie beneath. Beginning on April 23, their results will be on display in the exhibition Beauty of Age at Foothills Art Center in Golden.
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Loveland resident Jeanne Nott, newly crowned Ms. Colorado Senior America 2022, has spent nearly all her life spreading good cheer through music, comedy and drama.
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Sandra Wagner can’t count the number of people she’s helped find new jobs and new lives in her 20 years with AARP Foundation’s Senior Community Services Employment Program (SCSEP).
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Marilyn Chipman of Aurora is the first African American to be crowned Ms. Colorado Senior America in the pageant’s 27-year history
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AARP Colorado's volunteer advocates submitted testimony to the Colorado Legislature in support of House Bill 21-1075, “Replace the Term Illegal Alien,” by using email and the legislature’s web access system, and Gov. Jared Polis signed it into law April 15.
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First with one eye, now with none, 78 year old Nick Isenberg of Glenwood Springs has spent most of his life as a communicator, practicing what he calls “empowerment journalism.” Now, through his award-winning podcast, The Tactile Traveler, Isenberg seeks to “empower blind people to see the world and help sighted people see the world in a new way.”
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AARPCO hosts virtual pet parade. Honor your special pet in the Grand Valley Virtual Pet Parade Contest. Winner of Western Slope contest gets $75 gift card toward pet supplies
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Mary Fries was considering retirement following a relocation to Denver for her husband’s job. Then she learned about AARP Colorado and its legislative advocates and she decided to try it.
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Wouldn’t it be great to go back to college with all the joy of learning and none of the costs and none of the tests? At many colleges and universities across Colorado, you can.
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