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The AARP Bulletin

Help commemorate the end of slavery at the Scotland Juneteenth Heritage Festival in Montgomery County, from Saturday, June 15, through Wednesday, June 19.
In the depths of the COVID-19 pandemic, AARP Maryland volunteer Mary Angela Baker wanted to connect people who were feeling isolated. Her solution: a quarterly virtual book club featuring Maryland-related books.
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In the 2024 legislative session, AARP Maryland will press lawmakers for action on measures to support family caregivers, lower prescription drug costs, prevent fraud and other issues.
If you own a home in Montgomery County and have an extra room or an accessory dwelling unit, a free program can help you find a compatible renter to defray expenses, share household chores and enjoy some company.
AARP Maryland is hosting a series of “On Tap” events, mainly at veteran-owned brewpubs across the state, aimed at connecting military families with AARP resources targeted to their needs.
Seeking help AARP Maryland wants state residents to know there is new help available for people in a mental health crisis.
AARP Maryland has a full plate of priorities to raise with lawmakers in Annapolis as a legislative session begins this month.
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AARP supports the LGBTQ community, advocating equality in housing, long-term care, retirement and other areas. AARP Maryland encourages residents to show pride and support on Monday, May 16, National Honor Our LGBT Elders Day.
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