AARP Nebraska is seeking nominations for its annual Andrus Award for Community Service, which honors Nebraskans age 50 and over who have shared their experience, talent and skills to enrich their communities.
Get web savvy this May with a four-week virtual Tech Tuesdays series presented by Senior Planet from AARP, a program that helps older adults learn new skills.
AARP is recruiting volunteers in Omaha for a variety of opportunities. Community members are needed to make presentations on fighting fraud and promoting livable neighborhood initiatives that support the needs of older residents.
AARP Nebraska will hold its annual Lobby Week with state lawmakers from Monday, March 6, to Friday, March 10. Members and volunteers can participate either in person or virtually.
Suzan DeCamp, 67, of Omaha, is AARP Nebraska’s new volunteer state president, helping to lead AARP’s work at the state and local levels.
Six organizations throughout the state received 2022 AARP Community Challenge grants for projects to help make their areas more livable for residents of all ages.
The Nebraska Legislature this year passed legislation eliminating state income tax on Social Security, beginning with the 2025 tax year. The measure speeds up the timeline from the previous end date of 2030.
After six years of dedicated service, David Holmquist, 75, of Omaha, is stepping down as AARP Nebraska’s volunteer state president. Holmquist has built integral relationships with elected officials, community partners and volunteers on behalf of the state’s nearly 200,000 AARP members.
An AARP survey shows that older Nebraskans overwhelmingly support policies to assist family caregivers.
Public spaces in three Nebraska cities have been enhanced, thanks to 2021 AARP Community Challenge grants.
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