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The AARP Bulletin

At 97, June Duffour isn’t just a member of the Diamondhead Senior Village but also teaches line dancing there.
November is National Family Caregivers Month, and AARP Mississippi is holding a telephone town hall with advice for those who care for aging and ailing loved ones.
Mississippians go to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 7, to elect a governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, attorney general, members of the Legislature and other offices.
AARP Mississippi is looking for volunteers for its Speakers Bureau, which offers presentations on an array of issues.
AARP Mississippi is looking for a new state president — its top volunteer role.
Regular walks can help improve cardiovascular fitness, cognition, memory, sleep and the immune system. To help residents get out on the trails, AARP Mississippi has joined with Walk with a Doc, a nonprofit that brings together doctors and those looking to improve their health.
Nearly 26,000 fraud and other reports were filed by Mississippi consumers in 2022, and $22.9 million was lost to fraud, according to Federal Trade Commission data.
A new program is recruiting volunteers 50 and older to help with community outreach.
People are more likely to save for retirement if they can do so at work, according to AARP research. However, 54 percent of Mississippi’s private-sector employees — about 492,000 — work for employers who don’t offer a traditional pension or retirement savings plan.
Four state organizations received 2022 AARP Community Challenge grants.
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