Our 2019 Andrus Award Winner, Martha LaFleur, has a saying, “if there’s a will, there’s a way.” That is exactly how she looks back on her career as an art educator. She started at Keene State College as an art education major until the school moved the program away.
AARP New Hampshire is gearing up to offer more events, activities, and programs in the Seacoast and we need your help! There are a lot of volunteer opportunities to get us where we need to go, and we’ve put together a Snack, Sample and Serve event to give you a “taste” of the various volunteer opportunities with AARP in the Seacoast.
AARP New Hampshire is now accepting applications for its 2019 Andrus Award for Community Service, which honors Granite Staters 50+ who are sharing their experience, talent, and skills to enrich the lives of their community members.
It’s with great pleasure to announce that this Volunteer Spotlight will be featuring Eveleen Barcomb. Eveleen has “always loved numbers” and her professional background is in banking (23 years) and finance (20 years). She also worked briefly as a paralegal and through Easter Seals as an office manager for senior services. She is currently a financial representative with Primerica.
AARP New Hampshire recently queried our corps of e-activists and asked them to rank several issues and tell us which issues mattered most to them, their families, and the 50+ in the Granite State.
It is an honor to announce that this month’s Volunteers of the Month are Ruth-Ellen and Ken Mason. The married couple became interested in AARP after attending an event that was announced in the Union Leader in March 2013. Held at the Puritan Backroom in Manchester, the guest speaker was Dick Umile, a Men’s Hockey coach for UNH. It was at this event that Ruth-Ellen and Ken realized the scope of AARP and they began to volunteer shortly thereafter.
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