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Making Grand Rapids an age-friendly place to live was the focus of a community conversation that drew about 100 thought leaders from the area on Feb. 16.
AARP Michigan and the City of Grand Rapids will host a community conversation on Feb. 16 to brainstorm on local efforts needed to make Grand Rapids a great place for all ages.
A six-week class sponsored by Senior Neighbors and AARP Michigan will help older adults make nutritional choices to support improved heart and bone health, as well as general health and mobility.
AARP and the U.S. Small Business Administration will join forces to improve the chances for success of “encore entrepreneurs” – people 50 and older who are starting a business – at free workshops in Metro Detroit, Grand Rapids and Lansing during April.
Hear from industry leaders on how to seize opportunities that keep you in a job and help continue to enhance your professional success at “Reimagine Work” from 6-9 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 14 at the Western Michigan University Conference Center, 200 Ionia Ave. SW, Grand Rapids.
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