AARP Florida today awarded state volunteer, Bettina Robson, with the organization’s prestigious Andrus Award for Community Service.
AARP Florida State Director Jeff Johnson said, “We’re proud to announce that AARP Florida has selected Bettina Robson as the recipient of the 2022 Andrus Award for Community Service. Her remarkable volunteerism has greatly benefited her community, reflected AARP’s vision and mission and inspired other volunteers.
“We thank Bettina and offer our congratulations to her and all the 2022 Andrus Award Nominees. Bettina’s dynamic service with AARP Florida has included participation as a speaker, trainer, technology expert, passionate advocate and leader. This esteemed award reflects her strong commitment to driving positive social change in the Sunshine State.
“AARP has long valued the spirit of volunteerism and the important contributions volunteers make to their communities, neighbors, and the programs they serve. If you’re interested in making a difference in your community through volunteering with AARP Florida, apply to become a volunteer through our website, aarp.org/flvolunteer.”
The Andrus Award for Community Service is named for AARP’s founder, Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus. Dr. Andrus, a lifelong volunteer founded the National Retired Teachers Association in 1947 and AARP in 1958. Dr. Andrus lived her life by the motto, “To serve, not to be served,” which remains AARP’s motto today.
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