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The AARP Bulletin

It’s a tax break right there for the taking — but many Utah residents aren’t taking it.
Retired longtime educator Irene Chavolla says she plans to rely on her language skills and years of experience dealing with families to fulfill her role as the newest member of AARP Idaho’s volunteer executive council.
On the ballot Voters will decide Saturday, Aug. 10, which candidates for U.S. Senate and House, state legislature, and some county and city offices advance to the Nov. 5 election.
Get ready to put some miles on your walking shoes with NeighborWalks, cosponsored by AARP Oregon, the Portland Bureau of Transportation and the nonprofit Oregon Walks.
Remote work is all the rage — but you can also remotely volunteer.
What if I need help but don’t have anyone? Who will take care of my stuff when I die? Do I need a trust?
When a group of older residents went to the Little Rock mayor for help after losing access to a swimming pool in 2017, little did they know the city was also about to lose its only senior center. That will soon be addressed.
The U.S. Virgin Islands will hold a primary Saturday, Aug. 3, to select candidates for all 15 seats in the Legislature, the territory’s delegate to the U.S. House, and other territorial offices.
Help commemorate the end of slavery at the Scotland Juneteenth Heritage Festival in Montgomery County, from Saturday, June 15, through Wednesday, June 19.
Minnesota’s primary election is Tuesday, Aug. 13, and voters should be aware of recent changes to voting processes. Among them:
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