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The AARP Bulletin

Looking to keep your identify safe? AARP Idaho is offering a free opportunity to shred personal documents — and possibly keep scammers at bay.
Retired longtime educator Irene Chavolla says she plans to rely on her language skills and years of experience dealing with families to fulfill her role as the newest member of AARP Idaho’s volunteer executive council.
Both online learning enthusiasts and devotees of in-person instruction can participate in continuing education courses this spring semester from New Knowledge Adventures. Virtual and in-person classes include those on food, games and history, as well as tours of historic and other sites.
Voters on Tuesday, May 21, will decide who advances to the Nov. 5 election for state House, state Senate, U.S. House and judicial seats.
Outstanding volunteer For someone so devoted to giving, Mary Zarybnisky has no knack for gift wrapping.
It’s time to make your voice heard.
AARP has awarded six Community Challenge grants for projects to help boost livability for all residents.
AARP Idaho is holding a telephone town hall with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to help people make decisions about Medicare coverage during the program’s annual open enrollment period.
AARP Idaho will offer tips on how to protect yourself from fraud as part of a telephone town hall with a federal official who has worked for decades ferreting out scams and deceptive and unfair business practices.
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