The AARP Bulletin

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The AARP Community Challenge program has awarded six grants in Minnesota communities this year to fund quick-action projects to improve housing, transportation, public spaces, civic engagement and connection with others. 
As we head into the often- treacherous Minnesota winter, take steps now to stay safe on the roads with AARP Driver Safety.
AARP Minnesota is seeking volunteers across the state to make a difference in their community. 
A new fitness park in St. Paul is designed to help adults of all ages improve their strength, balance, aerobic capacity and flexibility.  
June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month, and it offers an opportunity to hold conversations and learn more about the brain and dementia. 
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AARP is raising awareness of elder abuse and providing education about how to prevent and respond to suspected cases.
This spring, AARP is hosting a virtual class on the basics of Medicare. 
Volunteer in Milwaukee County
Volunteer LaVerne Gilliam, 67, has received the 2020 AARP Minnesota Andrus Award for Community Service. 
AARP Minnesota and Pollen Midwest will soon announce the annual 50 Over 50 list, celebrating individuals 50-plus who work to make the state a better place for people of all ages.
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