Livable Communities

The Augusta VOLT Training Session was led by VOLTs Chris Palmer and Jean Yarsawich. Their agenda focused on facilitation techniques, fraud prevention, caregiving, and Age-Friendly Livable Communities.
MicroLife Institute coordinated this special housing/ADUs (Accessory Dwelling Units) event that focused primarily on educating people about the benefits to what a livable and walkable micro-village looks like. Will Johnston (Executive Director for MicroLife) in partnership with the Pinewood Forest’s builder, architect and county’s leadership organized the event that attracted 100+ people.
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Three Georgia Organizations Receive Funds
Seniors Walking
What’s better than taking a brisk walk? How about joining fitness forces with a friendly walking group and a certified health coach?
AARP has opened applications for the 2019 AARP Community Challenge grant program to fund “quick-action” projects that spark change across the country.
Augusta, Georgia, USA
AARP Georgia is hosting  Community Voices for Community Choices on Saturday, June 16,  10 a.m.-11:30 a.m. at the Eastview Community Center of Augusta Recreation and Parks at 644 Aiken Street in Augusta. 
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State Director Debra Tyler-Horton with a reminder about the AARP Community Challenge Grant applications that are due on May 16! It's not too late to apply. How can a "quick-action" grant make your community better?
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