Concord Television's Senior Speak NH December 2023 edition, hosted by AARP NH volunteer Karen Ulmer Dorsch, features Pamela Dube from AARP NH. Together, Karen and Pam talk about Ethel Percy Andrus: The Woman Who Changed the World when she founded AARP.
Turning 50 is definitely one of those “milestone” birthdays! It is often accompanied by black balloons, the aging jabs from friends and co-workers, and the quips about reaching half a century. And, since I started working for AARP New Hampshire two years ago, I inevitably get the phone calls, emails or texts from friends who have turned 50 about the invitation to join AARP that has arrived in their mailbox. This news is usually shared along with a heavy groan, maybe a few expletives or a “Why are they sending me this? I’m not old yet.”
AARP New Hampshire is accepting applications for the 2018 class of its Senior Leadership Program. The goal of the eight-month program is to train state residents age 50-plus as leaders who will advocate on behalf of their peers.