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The AARP Bulletin

Remote work is all the rage — but you can also remotely volunteer.
AARP Louisiana is seeking candidates for three seats on its executive council — one each from Baton Rouge, Lafayette and Monroe to sit on the eight-person body.
Shreveport’s Orlisa Johnson was named 2023’s recipient of the AARP Louisiana Andrus Award for Community Service, the highest state volunteer recognition.
AARP Louisiana is hosting a telephone town hall to help people avoid scams, particularly during the holidays.
Louisianans will elect a new governor this fall to replace term-limited Gov. John Bel Edwards (D), and will also cast ballots in other statewide and legislative races.
Louisiana is heading into peak hurricane season, with the Bayou State at heightened risk of a storm from mid-August to early October. AARP Louisiana is urging residents to be prepared.
Longtime AARP volunteer Alfred Mason has become AARP Louisiana’s new leader.
AARP Louisiana is looking for volunteers in the Lake Charles and Shreveport areas to join its Executive Council.
Documents collected for tax season may be fodder for thieves seeking personal and financial information. Protect yourself by safely disposing of such paperwork at an AARP Louisiana shredding event.
More than three-fourths of Americans 50 and older want to age in their own homes, according to AARP research, and the organization is pushing for the state to allow more individuals to do just that through an increase in funding.
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