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Do you know that AARP is a volunteer-led organization? People all across North Carolina are sharing their time and talents to help improve the health and well-being of families and communities. Whatever causes speak to you, whatever skills or interests you have, you can find a volunteer opportunity that’s fulfilling and makes an impact.
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WILMINGTON--AARP North Carolina announced today that Rosalie L. Calarco, a 17-year veteran of constituent services and advocacy under two federal officeholders, will become Associate State Director for its Coastal Region. The appointment is effective November 1.
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RALEIGH—NC State University Junior Rafael Albuquerque will be adding to his education this year by working to improve the lives of older adults.  As a Political Science major with a minor in Computer Programming, Albuquerque is getting some real life experience at AARP to help advance his education as well as the lives of people across the state.
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For more than 60 years, committed volunteers have conducted the heart of AARP’s work -- people just like you who know that giving back and community service are cherished values that only become more important with age.
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AARP is proud to highlight our founder, Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus, and to honor her legacy during Women’s History Month.
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AARP North Carolina accepting applications for its Executive Council
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RALEIGH – AARP advocacy and community outreach expert Michael Olender has been named Director of AARP North Carolina. Olender will lead the North Carolina staff and team of nearly 500 volunteers who are working to improve the health, finances and well-being of nearly 1.1 million members in the state.
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More than 1.2 million family members provide unpaid care in North Carolina, according to the AARP Public Policy Institute. They often tackle challenging duties like medication management and dressing wounds.
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RALEIGH - Recognizing the immediate and long-term challenges that those affected by Hurricane Florence still face, particularly vulnerable older adults, AARP members and AARP Foundation are donating $635,000 to various rebuilding as well as legal assistance efforts in North Carolina.
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