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Livable Communities

AARP Kansas State Director, Glenda DuBoise, welcomed the City of Topeka to the AARP Network of Age-Friendly States and Communities.
Fall is here and it won't be too much longer before the weather starts turning really cold and we'll want our homes to be nice and toasty. But paying for heat is expensive and a real burden for those with low or fixed incomes. If you find yourself in a situation where you cannot pay all or part of your utility bill, there is help.
Communities across Kansas are working to become more livable for residents of all ages.
Organizations in six cities across the state received 2022 AARP Community Challenge grants for local improvement projects.
Five Kansas cities and organizations received 2021 AARP Community Challenge grants to fund quick-action projects aimed at improving the quality of life for residents of all ages.
AARP awarded 2020 Community Challenge grants to two cities to help make public transit more accessible for older adults and to encourage Kansas residents to fix up their porches as a way to improve their neighborhoods.
Coffeyville will get a new neighborhood fitness route and 50Wichita residents will get internet hotspots thanks to 2019 AARP Community Challenge grants.
Join AARP Kansas for a free screening of the movie POMS starring Diane Keaton on Thursday, July 25 at 7:00 p.m. at Regal Warren Theatre East in Wichita.
Do you have ideas on how to make Wichita a more livable city?
AARP Kansas wants to know how it can help people live their best lives and make their communities a great place to call home.
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