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Stepping Up: A New Voice on AARP Idaho’s Exec Council

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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.

Chavolla, 68, of Nampa, says she’s excited to help communicate with older Idahoans about the kinds of services they can access. She also hopes to use her Spanish to help reach people.

Chavolla worked 41 years as a public school teacher and administrator; she also worked as an educational consultant with the Idaho Department of Education. Learn more about Chavolla here.

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