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LAS VEGAS, Nev. – AARP Nevada announced today that Wayne Leroy has been named to a two-year term as State President as part of the organization’s volunteer Executive Council board. Leroy is the 2005 AARP Dr. Ethel Andrus Award winner, given annually to an exemplary community-focused volunteer, and has been a member of the organization’s Executive Council since 2013.
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The city of Winnemucca has won a 2018 AARP Community Challenge Grant to improve an intergenerational park and trail system.
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Governor’s Consumer Health Advocate joins volunteer board
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While the wounds are still raw from the terrible tragedy of October 1, 2017 in Las Vegas, the AARP Nevada staff discussed the event in this month's Nevada Voices podcast.
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AARP Nevada announced today it has hired Jacqueline Barnett as its newest Community Outreach Director based in its Las Vegas state office.
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Nevadans 50-plus have a new way to stay current on issues and events. Nevada Voices—a free, monthly podcast available on iTunes, Google Play and SoundCloud—is the latest addition to AARP Nevada’s communications tool kit.
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In our third episode, our second in February, AARP Nevada volunteer Doug Verb joins us for an entertaining and fun discussion about his background and his volunteer work. Verb, co-founder of the Major Indoor Soccer League, and sports communications and marketing consultant, talks about his colorful career. From being a major newspaper reporter, to running sports leagues, Verb has great stories about the people and places that were a part of his career. He also discusses why he volunteers at AARP and the importance of giving back.
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In an effort to provide new and innovative ways to connect with our 300,000 plus members in Nevada, along with the surrounding communities, AARP Nevada has launched its first-ever regular podcast - Nevada Voices.
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With traffic fatalities in the state on the rise, AARP Nevada wants to expand the AARP Driver Safety Program.
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