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AARP Kentucky

News and resources helping Kentuckians to live their best life
JUN 11, 2024
Kentucky: Find upcoming election dates, registration deadlines and options for voting, such as voting by mail, early voting or voting with a disability.
JUN 14, 2024
Empower Yourself by Spotting and Stopping Scams.
MAR 1, 2024
Many communities today lack attainable and equitable housing options necessary to meet people’s preferences and changing demographics and economic realities. AARP is fighting to change that for everyone of every age in Louisville.
MAY 24, 2024
Summer Scam Jam June 5 and free shred event August 10
MAY 10, 2024
Jameah Kirby’s essay about her loving bond with “Mamaw” wins Kentucky Grandparent Essay Contest
JUN 11, 2024
The June 5 event brought together community partners to talk about fraud and scams
Find free online and in-person local events designed with you in mind. Discover fun exercise classes, healthy cooking demos, helpful workshops, and more.
Free Ehrler's ice cream at Shively City Hall July 21!
Jameah Kirby, a fifth grader at Metcalfe County Elementary School, in the southern part of the state, is this year’s winner of the Grandparent of the Year essay contest.
NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT NECESSARY TO ENTER FOR A CHANCE TO WIN. A PURCHASE OR PAYMENT WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING.
AARP will host a Scam Jam in Louisville on Wednesday, June 5, to help educate Kentuckians about the latest fraud schemes.
AARP Kentucky recently appointed Madison County resident Gary W. Adkins—a former assistant commonwealth’s attorney and U.S. Army veteran—as the organization’s new volunteer state president.
Gary W. Adkins, volunteer state president delivers remarks on proposed Committee Substitute before Senate Economic Development, Tourism, & Labor Committee
We celebrate Black History Month with our volunteers and new friends. The 2024 theme, “Amplifying Artists of Every Age” featured both well-known local artists and musicians.
Senate Committee members urged to vote “No” on House Bill 367 as drafted. AARP Kentucky calls for amendments preserving SNAP benefit access and existing broad-based categorical eligibility for food insecure Kentuckians.
New fitness program series designed specifically for those 50+ in-person and virtually.
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