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Walking outdoors improves both personal and community fitness. That’s why AARP is helping fund projects, including two in the Bayou State, to make cities more walkable.
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Most New Orleans residents 45 and older want to live in their own homes as they age, and AARP Louisiana aims to help make that happen.
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AARP’s Livable Communities Council, the Center for Planning Excellence and the Lt. Governor’s Office announced today that Abita Springs Friends of the Park, the ReFresh Project, and the Young Leadership Council’s Where Ya’ Rack? are this year’s winners of Great Places in Louisiana.
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AARP’s Livable Communities Council, the Center for Planning Excellence and the Lt. Governor’s Office are seeking nominations for the 2014 Great Places in Louisiana awards program.
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AARP’s Livable Communities Council, the Center for Planning Excellence and the Lt. Governor’s Office have announced that Jena, Louisiana, New Orleans City Park, and the Louisiana Permanent Supportive Housing Program are the winners of the 2013 Great Places in Louisiana award.
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AARP’s Livable Communities Council, the Center for Planning Excellence and the Lt. Governor’s Office are seeking nominations for the 2013 Great Places in Louisiana awards program.
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