The Bayou State is home to 326,000 veterans, 138,000 of whom are 65 or older—and AARP Louisiana has their back. With caregiving resources, opportunities to meet and greet fellow veterans, and other kinds of support, AARP is committed to helping those who have served.
 AARP Louisiana now accepting nominations for the 2016 AARP Andrus Award!
Andrus Award 2014
Kathleen “Kathy” Brewer of DeRidder, Louisiana has been selected by AARP, the nonprofit organization for people 50 and older, to receive the 2014 AARP Louisiana Andrus Award for Community Service -- the Association’s most prestigious and visible state volunteer award for community service.
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AARP Louisiana is looking for exceptional volunteer leaders to represent the Lake Charles, Lafayette and Monroe regions on the Executive Council -- the top volunteer team who bring a variety of skills, experience and backgrounds to the state team.
On Saturday, May 11th you have the opportunity to participate with thousands of AARP members to help "Stamp Out Hunger."
Pauline Dillie
AARP Louisiana is calling for nominations for the 2013 Andrus Award for Community Service -- the most prestigious and visible volunteer award.
Pauline Dillie
No one knows the bayou better than 73-year-old Pauline Dillie.
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