Larry Lipman

Current Role: AARP Virginia Volunteer Reporter
Larry Lipman is a volunteer with AARP Virginia and lives in Falls Church
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Officials from FINRA Investor Education Foundation spoke with AARP Virginia about ways individuals can protect against investment fraud and scams.
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AARP Virginia spoke with Shawn Smith, of Virginia's Senior Medicare Patrol, about Medicare-related frauds and scams, and what you can do to protect against them.
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Zumba instructor Tiffaney Dunbar leads dance classes for AARP Virginia beginning Saturday, October 17
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Ken Budd has learned the value of combining volunteering with tourism, helping people from New Orleans to Costa Rica to China to Ecuador to Kenya to the West Bank of Israel.
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EDITOR’S NOTE: Singer-songwriter Tom Rush, 79, has been an icon on the folk music scene for nearly 60 years. In mid-March, he gave a telephone interview with AARP Virginia volunteer reporter Larry Lipman. Two weeks later, he announced to his fans that he had tested positive for the covid-19 virus. This story was written prior to that announcement.
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It’s Friday afternoon as Betty Douglass pulls into the driveway at the home of Maya Huber to give her a ride to an ophthalmologist. It’s a scene played out daily across Northern Virginia: Volunteers giving free rides to older residents who have either given up or restricted their driving.
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FALLS CHURCH—"Is there anyone here who has not received a spam phone call?” asked Pamela Houghtaling, an AARP volunteer community ambassador.
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MCLEAN—The portions were generous. The conversation was far-ranging. The mood was friendly and welcoming. It was the third Monday of the month and about a dozen diners were schmoozing over sandwiches and salads at Mylo’s Grill in McLean.
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About 200 advocates for older Virginians broke bread with area legislators recently and urged them to do more during the upcoming session of the General Assembly to help and protect their most vulnerable constituents.
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