As we move towards the traditional flu season, there are questions about the differences between the flu and COVID-19 viruses. At 1 p.m. Mountain Time (9 a.m. Hawaii Time) on Oct. 8, experts from Mountain Pacific Quality Health and the Hawaii Department of Health will attempt to explain the similarities and differences during a free seminar.
AARP Wyoming is offering $1,000 grants to up to 10 non-profit or ad hoc organizations in the state through its Small Dollar, Big Impact Grant program.
Over the next four months, AARP Wyoming will hold a series of financial events to highlight resources and tools to help you manage your finances, tackle your debt, plan your retirement, and protect your hard-earned assets.
AARP Wyoming is offering its members a chance to win one of 25 shredders as part of its 2021 Virtual Shred-a-thon event in October. The sweepstakes will be active from Oct. 4-18.
With ever-changing situations due to local COVID-19 infection numbers, it can be confusing to keep up with federal guidance on traveling and socializing in groups. At 1 p.m. Mountain Time (9 a.m. Hawaii) on Sept. 10, a free webinar will attempt to bring some of that information into focus.
AARP Wyoming is sponsoring Mofar's View of The Winds, which will appear on Wyoming PBS and other PBS stations around the country this fall and winter. The film will premiere in Pinedale at two showings on Sept. 16.
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has affected communities across the country, hit older adults incredibly hard, and put a spotlight on a host of disparities. As Wyomingites and people across the nation look to recovery from the pandemic, local leaders are making decisions about how to invest federal funding authorized by the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) that passed Congress in March 2021 in response to the pandemic.
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