On Tuesday, March 31, at 3:45 p.m., AARP Wyoming will host Governor Mark Gordon on a TeleTown Hall to talk about the latest impacts of COVID19 in Wyoming.
Tax time is here again and so are the IRS impostors! Scammers posing as IRS agents or Treasury Department officials continue their deceptive ways. Know that the IRS will first contact you through the mail if you owe taxes. If you receive a phone call or suspicious email or text from the IRS, chances are it’s a scammer posing as an IRS agent. If you receive a scam call, hang up immediately and report the call to the IRS at 800-366-4484 or www.tigta.gov. If you receive an email, forward it to the IRS at email@example.com, and then delete it.
The AARP Senior High Tech event previously scheduled for March 19 at the Hot Springs County Senior Center has been postponed due to concerns about coronavirus (COVID-19).
The AARP Movies for Grownups presentation of “Judy,” previously scheduled for March 18 at the Wyoming Theater, has been postponed due to concerns about coronavirus (COVID-19).
Goshen County’s AARP Community Action Team will present the biopic “Judy,” about the life and career of Judy Garland, at the Wyoming Theater Two in Torrington at 9:20 a.m. on March 18.
What a week - Week Four of the Legislative session brought clarity (and heartburn) to our 2020 Budget Session. Bills crossed from one chamber to the other and are either passed or removed from consideration, allowing AARP Wyoming to concentrate on specific bills. That was certainly the case for us this week and it paid off.
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