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George Bridges

AARP Maine offers a multitude of opportunities for members and their families to learn, explore and have fun.
Passionate about retirement security? AARP Maine is looking for advocacy volunteers to support its legislative priorities.
November is Maine Family Caregivers Month
Cycling and walking are great ways to get around and stay in shape, but they can be unsafe activities in car-centric communities.
AARP Maine offers hundreds of opportunities to connect, explore and have fun.
AARP Maine is teaming up with county sheriff’s offices to host free shred-and-med events, where residents can dispose of documents and unwanted medications.
AARP Maine is gearing up its advocacy operation for the next legislative session.
During the state’s first Family Caregivers Month, AARP Maine is working with volunteers, legislators and community leaders to educate citizens about the needs of 178,000 caregivers.
AARP is sponsoring three televised debates this fall with candidates for governor and U.S. senator. The debates will cover issues of interest to Mainers 50-plus—Social Security, Medicare, caregiving, prescription drug costs and affordable housing.
Can we talk civilly? AARP Maine is encouraging everyone to do just that during this campaign season and next year’s legislative session. In cooperation with Maine Revives Civility, the AARP state office is promoting individual pledges, local government proclamations and community conversations to support respectful dialogue.
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