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"Quick action" innovative projects aimed to inspire change and create better places to live for residents of all ages
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AARP successfully completed the Spring ON TAP schedule with events at Invictus, Broken Clock, and St Paul Brewing. Almost 100 people attended each of these events with food and cash collected and donated to local food shelves. See below for more information and pictures of the Spring events.
Make a Difference
This spring, AARP is again partnering with Pollen Midwest, an online community-building platform, to solicit nominations for the Minnesota 50 Over 50 list.
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By Mary Van Beusekom
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There is a lot of work happening in Minneapolis to make it a community that is livable for all residents – including older adults.
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By Audrey Suker, CEO of ServeMinnesota
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Around the state Minnesotan’s are talking with candidates about challenging issues. Critical issues like retirement security and protecting vulnerable seniors.  These issues are on the line for Minnesotans this mid-term election. While we might not always agree about what’s most important or the best solution, we do know that policy discussions and the decisions that come out of them impact all of us in different ways. That’s why AARP is proud to partner with Twin Cities Public Television on the production of Citizen Lane.
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