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The AARP Bulletin

New York reported more than 51,000 incidents of identity theft in 2023, according to Federal Trade Commission data.
Want to help make your streets safer and your neighborhoods more livable?
AARP Long Island is hosting two events to help residents safely dispose of unneeded medications and to shred sensitive documents.
When lawmakers return to Albany in January, AARP will be there pushing for more support for the state’s 2.2 million family caregivers.
Grab some popcorn and get ready for movie night—on your couch or in your community.
Need a little more drama in your life? AARP Long Island has your ticket—to the theater.
AARP New York is showing up in a big way for this year’s Pride March, and it needs LGBTQ+ people and allies to join the celebration.
Baseball season is in full swing, and AARP New York wants to see you at the ballpark.
Baseball season has returned, and so has AARP with discounted tickets to Long Island Ducks’ minor league games.
AARP New York will sponsor free shredding events across the state to help keep your sensitive documents away from identity thieves and other criminals.
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