The AARP Bulletin

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It’s back to the bikes for riders in St. Louis. After a two-year absence, the Boomers and Bikes program is back for a series of Saturday morning rides.
AARP Missouri is encouraging voters to stay up to date on election information before casting their ballots in the Tuesday, Aug. 2, primaries.
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AARP and the greater Missouri chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association are offering a virtual educational series on brain health.   
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The popular Ten Toe Express program, which combines walking, sightseeing and learning to use public transit in the St. Louis area, is returning in April. 
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In February, AARP in St. Louis will recognize African Americans who have made significant contributions to the motion picture industry.  
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Older Missourians can stay fit and have fun with AARP Missouri’s Moving It! online fitness classes.
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Celebrate with joyful song this holiday season. AARP in St. Louis is teaming up with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra to offer AARP members and their guests the chance to purchase two tickets for the price of one to a seasonal favorite at Powell Hall (718 N. Grand Blvd.).
Seniors Walking
AARP Missouri is launching a virtual fitness program, Show-Me the Miles, in December. Participants will log the miles they walk, hike, cycle or run via an online form to track their progress. 
Planning for the Attention and Care of LGBT 50+ Older Adults LGBT
Despite progress in the area of LGBTQ rights nationally, AARP is continuing to do its part to help eradicate misconceptions and discrimination that many people still face. 
Livable Drawing
Four groups in Missouri received 2021 Community Challenge grants from AARP for projects to make their areas more livable. 
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