Kevin Doyle

Kevin Doyle is communications director for AARP Georgia and managing editor of the AARP Georgia website. AARP Georgia serves more than 960,000 Georgia members of AARP from offices at 999 Peachtree St., NE, Suite 1110, Atlanta, GA 30309. Business hours are 8:30 - 5:00 Monday through Friday. Call us at 866-295-7281 or email us at gaaarp@aarp.org.
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Four-time NASCAR Cup Series champion driver Jeff Gordon will visit the Athens Community Council on Aging on Thursday, Aug. 29, from 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. to work alongside student volunteers from the Campus Kitchen at UGA (CKUGA), part of the nationwide Campus Kitchens network that rescues excess food to provide healthy meals to older adults in need.
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Chances are that everyone will either provide long-term care to a loved one at some point or receive that care. When that happens, will you know what to do or how to find the resources you need?
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Life@50+, AARP’s National Event and Expo, is in our backyard this year!
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AARP has released the first in a “commonsense solutions” series of new videos on the 48th anniversary of President Lyndon Johnson's signing Medicare into law on July 30, 1965.
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Georgia Power customers, please stand by. Your electric power bill may be going up. Again.
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Macon-area resident and AARP Georgia Executive Council Member Myrtle Habersham visited Capitol Hill Tuesday, June 12, to express opposition to President Barack Obama’s proposal to cut Social Security benefits.  She also pressed for “responsible solutions” to strengthen Medicare.
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Looking for a meaningful way to honor the service of our veterans this Memorial Day?
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AARP Driver Safety is celebrating Older Americans Month by offering a $5 online course to AARP members and non-members alike from May 1 through May 31, 2013. The course normally costs $15.95 for AARP members and $19.95 for nonmembers.
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Approaching retirement and want to learn more about Social Security and Medicare?
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The mail, bills, paper, and old electronics cluttering your house may look like trash to you – but for identity thieves, your trash can be a financial gold mine.  AARP Georgia recently offered seniors and others an easy and safe way to dispose of their personal documents and electronics, providing on-site document shredding and recycling at Rozar Park in Perry.
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