The AARP Bulletin

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Nine organizations in Montana have received AARP Community Challenge grants to improve livability and age-friendly designs.
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State officials are seeking applicants for four new councils that focus on safeguarding older adults.
FIRE
As potentially dangerous wildfires extend into rural and developed areas, residents must prepare.
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Given that the vast majority of people 50 and older want to stay in their homes and communities as they age, AARP Montana has prepared information on how to do so.
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Many Montanans facing rising energy costs are unaware of resources to help them avoid having to choose between paying for heating bills and other necessities.
Common fraud scams
The holiday season brings out scam artists, and AARP Montana is alerting people to swindles through its Fraud Watch Friday radio show. 
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According to new research from AARP, Montana’s 50-plus population has an outsize economic impact that will help the state recover financially from the pandemic and drive growth for the next three decades.
Montana Capital
Now that the recent state legislative session is over, AARP Montana has created the 2021 Legislative Roundup, to provide a summary of priority measures the office worked on during the session and the lawmakers who supported them.
Legal and estate planning documents
Estate planning is a crucial consideration for older adults, but it can be a stressful, even confusing, endeavor. AARP Montana, in collaboration with Montana State University Extension, aims to ease the process with a series of free virtual workshops.
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A rich online roster of events from AARP Montana continues to grow as a vibrant way for people to engage, learn and have fun while easing social isolation during the coronavirus pandemic.
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