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AARP is here to help you take on today – and every day. From sharing practical resources, to holding fun activities and events, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build an even stronger Missouri. We hope you’ll join us!
There were bikes everywhere at the Third Annual Women’s Bike Summit on September 10 at St. Teresa’s Academy in Kansas City.
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Help out our community by sharing your skills as a volunteer with the St. Louis NORC. The St. Louis NORC (Naturally Occurring Retirement Community), a non-sectarian neighborhood program operating in the Creve Coeur area and whose mission is to help older adults remain living at home, is in need of volunteers from the community. Here’s a snapshot of their needs:
Join AARP in St. Louis at the 2015 St. Louis Senior Olympics May 21 st – 26 th and cheer on Team AARP!  This group of athletes will have the opportunity to compete in over 90 different individual and team events throughout the St. Louis region.  The 50 Team AARP athletes will be competing in events from Washers to Golf.  Learn more about the event and some of our athletes.
The St. Louis Symphony once again is offering a discount (50% off) opportunity for AARP members and their guests.  On Saturday, April 11 th at 8:00 pm you will be treated to a wonderful performance of Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante.  You won’t want to miss this opportunity. Click here for tickets.  (Discount is only good for April 11th performance)
AARP members and guests are cordially invited to spend the evening of March 6th enjoying the talents of famed soprano Christine Brewer and Bruckner’s Third Symphony. Brewer is a Grammy Award-winning American artist who was named one of the top 20 sopranos of all time. She is acclaimed for her range, power and control of any stage where she performs. All of her singing attributes make her a favorite and highly sought-after recording artist.
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Ameren Missouri is profiting to the tune of $350 million annually during Missouri's worst economy since the Great Depression. And now they are at it again, pushing legislation that could allow billions in automatic rate increases (surcharges) for electric utilities with no meaningful review by the Public Service Commission. It will effect ratepayers all over the state.
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