AARP Bulletin-Sept. 2019
Mural, caregiving conferences planned
AARP Chicago cordially invites everyone to Café de Olla, a series of Chicago Latino/Hispanic community based events.
Chicago Landmark
AARP Chicago celebrates Chicago and its neighborhoods. We are excited about all the exciting things that we are working on in the Pilsen/Little Village communities this summer.
Learn about Illinois Secure Choice Progam. A new retirement saving plan for Illinois workers without access to an employer sponsored saving plan.
PEORIA, Ill. — Dozens of AARP members, volunteers and other Illinois residents pleaded with elected officials Tuesday to take action to address the high cost of prescription drugs, the state’s fiscal crisis and rising property taxes which are preventing older adults from living comfortably in this state.
State Capitol
AARP Illinois is co-hosting a legislative breakfast with Bradley University’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) so Illinoisans 50-plus can meet their state and local elected officials and discuss issues they care about. Residents of Peoria, Pekin and surrounding communities will hear from Congresswoman Bustos, and State Senators Koehler and Weaver. The legislative breakfast will be moderated by Brad McMillian, J.D. who is the Executive Director for the Institute for Principled Leadership in Public Service at Bradley University.
AARP Chicago Spanish
Alvaro Obregon, Associate State Director for Advocacy and Outreach invites everyone to learn more about the Mural that AARP has commissioned in Chicago’s Little Village/Pilsen community. AARP is committed to families, community and being part of the diversity that is Chicago.
Community Challenge
Communities across Illinois are working each and every day to become more livable for residents of all ages.
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