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The AARP Bulletin

When wealth adviser Tracee Adams first got involved with AARP seven years ago, she thought about holding financial seminars. That never happened.
Wichita residents will choose the next mayor on Tuesday, Nov. 7.
The Kansas Office of Broadband Development is working to expand access to high-speed internet with an influx of federal funding.
On Saturday, July 22—what would have been Bob Dole’s 100th birthday—the Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics at the University of Kansas will honor the late senator’s life.
Catch up on popular technology and online offerings with a series of free webinars, hosted by AARP Kansas. The sessions will be offered one Wednesday in most months through November. The dates and topics are:
AARP Kansas is helping Kansans learn how to spot and avoid scams with Fraud Watch Fridays.
AARP is seeking volunteers to advocate for policies aimed at improving the lives of older Kansans during the 2023 legislative session beginning in January.
Organizations in six cities across the state received 2022 AARP Community Challenge grants for local improvement projects.
AARP will advocate next year for legislation that would make it easier for Kansas workers to save for retirement.
AARP Kansas is seeking volunteers to help build relationships with veterans groups across the state.
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