Livable Communities

Concord Television's Senior Speak NH September 2021, hosted by AARP NH volunteer Karen Ulmer Dorsch, features an episode about a group of volunteers in Sanbornton, NH who are working to make the community more age friendly.
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Fall is the most beautiful time to explore the Granite State! So, let’s get out there!
Communities across New Hampshire are all working to become more livable for residents of all ages.
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The past year during the pandemic has taught us how important it is to live in communities that offer support systems in normal times as well as during challenging circumstances. 
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Applications are currently being accepted through Wednesday, April 14, 2021, 8:00 p.m. ET.
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It has been a looog winter and we’re all ready to come out of hibernation and hit the trails again. The good news is that the City of Concord has a trail system with 31 trails covering 81 miles! Get ready to get moving!
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AARP awards community challenge grants to two Granite State towns as part of record-breaking year for nationwide program 
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The program funds quick-action projects that help make communities better for all ages; Application Deadline is April 1, 2020
A new fitness park is another example of AARP New Hampshire’s commitment to healthy aging and livable communities.
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Dust off your hiking shoes and join us for a ribbon cutting and a guided walk along the Batchelder Mill Road Trails in Concord, featuring signage provided by AARP New Hampshire!
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