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Ronald E. Roel

Got two left feet? You’re still invited to get rhythm and get fit with AARP New York’s Wellness Wednesdays—a series of free, virtual fitness and dance sessions with the IndoRican Multicultural Dance Project.
Got health questions? Have a talk, or take a stroll, with a doc. AARP on Long Island is sponsoring a series of free virtual presentations and in-person walking events, hosted by the Long Island Health Collaborative, an initiative of the Nassau-Suffolk Hospital Council.
With the recent swearing in of a new mayor, borough presidents and a majority of the 51-seat City Council, AARP in New York City would normally have spent the early part of the year meeting new lawmakers. Unfortunately, the coronavirus pandemic forestalled such in-person events.
Every year government agencies award billions of dollars in procurement contracts to small businesses.
During the long coronavirus pandemic, AARP Long Island has been helping present a diverse array of free online seminars, including the latest in the Lifelong Learning series.
The coronavirus may have forced us into social distancing, but it has not diminished our deep human need for cultural and intellectual engagement.
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