Life Reimagined

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By Natalie Missakian
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As we approach spring and the second season of 2019, AARP members and their guests are reminded that they can save money on tickets to hear stories by ordinary people doing extraordinary things in the second half of their lives as part of the 2ND ACT speaker series at Waterbury’s Palace Theater.
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By Sandi Coyne, Goodwin College, Program Director, Master of Science in Organizational Leadership
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The following article was written and submitted by Sherry Ostrout, Government Initiatives, Connecticut Community Care
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AARP Connecticut – the largest nonprofit, nonpartisan advocacy organization in the state with nearly 600,000 members – announces the appointment of Bethel resident Tia Murphy as its new Volunteer State President.
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Guest blog by Donna Fedus, Gerontologist & Founder, Borrow My Glasses
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From conversations on creating a secure financial future, to learning how to protect yourself against fraud, to discovering your “what’s next,” to gaining skills for a job search, and more,  AARP Connecticut hosts numerous events across a wide variety of topics in communities throughout the state every month. The events are open to the public, and while some require registration, others do not. For questions, contact AARP Connecticut Community Outreach Director Erica Michalowski at 860-548-3163 or emichalowski@aarp.org.
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Sometimes life takes you in a different direction than where you thought you’d go. But it’s never too late to make a change. Our free Life Reimagined event at Central Connecticut State University (CCSU) on Wednesday, June 29, will give you the tools and guidance needed to dust off a few dreams, and explore and discover your “What’s Next!”
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