The AARP Bulletin

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Do you know a volunteer from Maine who gives their time and talent to help others in their community?
AARP Maine is offering free virtual yoga classes and meditation moments.
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Even if you’re not required to file a state tax return this year, you may want to.
Expanding paid leave AARP Maine is stepping up its advocacy on behalf of overwhelmed caregivers as state policymakers consider ways to bolster Maine’s paid-leave law.
AARP Advocates
We need your help for the 2023 legislative session! AARP Maine trains all new volunteers to make sure they become successful and engaged members of the team.
AARP Maine is looking for family caregivers to share their stories and join its efforts next year to pass paid family medical leave legislation.
Elderly Fitness Group
Through webinars, community walks, election activities and other events, AARP Maine helps members stay informed on important issues and in touch with one another. 
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Looking to meet others virtually? AARP Maine continues to host fun online get-togethers with its staff and volunteers. Events include monthly coffee klatches and happy hours, yoga and meditation sessions. As more social events are occurring in person, AARP Maine wants to provide accessible, enjoyable offerings for those who prefer to socialize from home.
With the June 14 state primaries just around the corner and the general election not far behind, AARP Maine is working to make sure residents across the state know where candidates stand on important issues. Volunteer advocates are an essential part of these nonpartisan efforts.
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Want to be a fraud fighter? AARP Maine is looking for volunteer speakers for the AARP Fraud Watch Network. Responsibilities include delivering short presentations to community groups about impostor scams, cybersecurity and more. Training is provided.
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