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Oct. Volunteer Meeting - Learn to take Picture Perfect Photos & Video

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Are you looking for ways to make a difference in our community and “give back”, particularly to your fellow 50+ Gem Staters? If so, we would love to share how AARP Idaho is working to ensure that Idaho residents have choice, control and independence through every stage of their lives. Please join us for a volunteer team building workshop at our Boise office at 250 S. 5th, Suite 800 in Boise. Limited free parking is available.

What else can you expect?

We will still offer the new member orientation at 1:15PM before each regular meeting for 45 minutes. Our regular meeting for all volunteers will last from 2:00 to 3:00 PM. The meeting will always highlight a professional development piece. As a new element, we are adding a social from 3:00 to 4:00 for network attendees at a nearby restaurant. We will host non-alcoholic drinks (one per person) and appetizers. This is our way of saying thank you for the work you have done in the last month as well as taking the chance to get to know each of you a bit better.

When is the next meeting?

The next meeting of the AARP Volunteer Network will be October 4th. Our professional development will be about showing you how to take picture perfect photos and videos to help us share the great work being done in the community. After the meeting we will be heading over to Capitol Cellars, 110 South 5th street, if you have time to join us.

Let us know you are coming!

Although you are always welcome, it is always nice to know which of our friends are planning to join us. Please register for the meeting  here.

On behalf of the Idaho AARP Team, thank you for being a volunteer. We are always open to any suggestions you might have to make this network better. We look forward to seeing you at our next meeting on October 4th.

Email Cathy McDougall for more information at cmcdougall@aarp.org.

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