OCT 3, 2022
Any registered voter can automatically receive an absentee ballot by mail
APR 21, 2020
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OCT 1, 2022
Nine organizations in Montana have received AARP Community Challenge grants to improve livability and age-friendly designs.
Overwhelming Majority of Montanans age 45+ Want Tax Relief, Exclusive AARP “Vital Voices” Survey Reveals
SEP 27, 2022
More than three in four respondents find it extremely or very important that Montana legislators eliminate or reduce the tax on Social Security benefits in Montana and 68% want property tax relief.
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In 1944, while driving to a faculty meeting at the Los Angeles high school where she’d served as principal for almost three decades, Ethel Percy Andrus made a decision that surprised even her. She decided to retire and leave the school she loved in order to take care of her mother, Lucretia, who had been in poor health.
Since 2018, AARP Montana has offered a yearly essay contest scholarship, which celebrates tribal elders. AARP Montana has partnered with tribal colleges across the state to offer the "Honor Your Elders" scholarships. The students with the winning essay receive $1,000 to be used toward tuition and/or books for the academic year.
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