The AARP Bulletin

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Join AARP New York and Rochester Lifestyle Medicine Institute practitioners on Zoom to find out how evidence-based strategies and lifestyle changes can improve health, increase energy and reduce chronic disease.
Securely disposing of documents that contain your personal information—such as bank statements, canceled checks, receipts and credit-card junk mail—is one way to avoid becoming a fraud victim. 
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Whether you consider yourself a karaoke star or a shower singer, your pipes are perfect for the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor Sip & Sing Concert Series sponsored by AARP.
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AARP New York will be offering ButtaFlySoul for President: A One Man Show on Friday, June 25, from 7 to 8 p.m., via Zoom. 
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No one prepares for illness or tragedy, but getting your important legal documents in order is one major way you can get ready for the unexpected, as well as reduce stress for family members. 
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As we cope with these stressful and turbulent times amid the coronavirus pandemic, why not get some much-needed relief with a healthy dose of laughter?
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This March a state moratorium on utility shutoffs, put in place because of the economic hardship caused by the coronavirus, is scheduled to end. But there are ways for consumers to keep the power on. To get an additional 180 days and a deferred-payment agreement, customers must certify their need with their utility company. 
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AARP New York makes it easy to stay connected, offering online resources including coronavirus information, virtual events and local tours, wellness classes, local discounts as well as a variety of volunteer opportunities. 
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