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Why Two Kentucky Volunteers Won Andrus Award
Andrus Awards recognize community service
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Norman O’Grady – who, at the age of 93, has spent over thirty years helping low-income seniors in Louisville – is the 2017 winner of the AARP Kentucky Andrus Award for Community Service.
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Inspired Service of Faith-filled Volunteers Recognized with 2017 AARP Real Possibilities Faith Awards
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Congratulations, Nancy Lindsay of Danville!
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Are you or someone you know a passionate, strategic thinker with the ability to motivate and inspire others? Do you like to have fun while doing it? If so, now is the time to apply!
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Steve Polston – who has spent years helping the homeless in Lexington – is the 2015 winner of the AARP Kentucky Andrus Award for Community Service. And the New Life Day Center, a non-profit facility founded by Polston, is a big winner too – earning a $2,000 check from AARP Kentucky.
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