The AARP Bulletin

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The AARP Community Challenge program awarded six grants to Kentucky organizations this year for improvement projects.
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Ajay Brown, a fifth grader at Crabbe Elementary in Ashland, earned top honors in this year’s statewide essay contest celebrating grandparents who are raising their grandchildren. The contest is sponsored by AARP Kentucky and the Kentucky Retired Teachers Association.
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New ordinances passed in Louisville and Lexington last year, with the support of AARP Kentucky, are making it easier for residents to build convenient housing options known as accessory dwelling units, or ADUs.
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A new report highlights how geographic, racial and economic factors limit access to health care services for many older Louisville residents. 
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Appreciate works of art from the comfort of your own home by joining a virtual tour of world-famous museums on Tuesday, April 26, at 2 p.m.
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In the wake of the deadly tornado that ravaged western Kentucky in December, AARP assisted with relief efforts and provided critical information on how to get or offer aid to those affected.
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The state General Assembly made changes to voting rules last year, and AARP wants voters to know what to expect when they prepare to cast ballots in the primary election on Tuesday, May 17. 
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When the state General Assembly returns to the capitol on Jan. 4, AARP grassroots volunteers will be there (virtually) to promote the needs of the state’s older adults. 
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While people are busy with seasonal preparations and social activities, AARP Kentucky is reminding members to be aware of holiday-related cons. 
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Five Kentucky areas received 2021 AARP Community Challenge grants for quick-action projects to boost the quality of life for residents. 
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