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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
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.
Man using digital tablet in class
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.
A.W. Schnellbacher is AARP Colorado's lead volunteer advocate on healthcare
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Demand Grows to Shovel Snow for Older Adults and AARP Has the Answers to Get you the Help you Need
Multi-generation family snowshoeing
OLLI helps keep your brain healthy and sharp
Whether you’re new to the city or have lived in Denver for years, AARP NeighborWalks volunteers agree that there is something new to learn on every walk. And that’s just one of the benefits.
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The new Ms. Senior Colorado Queen advocates for those in need
Mature students learning computer skills
It started in 2002 as a poetry class in a church basement. When the majority of participants turned out to be seniors it inspired a light bulb moment for Active Minds co-founder John Henderson. Seniors, he thought, might be interested in some classes on the arts and history.
Shelly Hartmann says she was born with "a horse bug," and at 51 with 18 years of competition behind her, she is just getting warmed up.
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