Evelyn Hildebrand of Minot is the recipient of the 2020 AARP Andrus Award for Community Service – AARP’s most prestigious volunteer award.
AARP has been working to promote the health and well-being of older Americans for more than 60 years. In the face of the global coronavirus pandemic, AARP moved all of its events online through the end of 2020. In addition to our events moving to a virtual environment, all AARP staff across the country, including the five of us here in North Dakota, are working from home full-time through at least the end of the year.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, AARP has canceled all in-person events for the remainder of 2020. But we are conducting many of those events online or by telephone.
'Tis the season! Have a happy and safe holiday and best wishes to you and yours for the new year from the AARP North Dakota team: Lyle Halvorson, Wendy Hogue, Josh Askvig and Doreen Riedman.
Ellen Schafer of Bismarck has been appointed to the AARP North Dakota Executive Council, and Dr. Michael Worner of Fargo has been reappointed to the Executive Council for a second two-year term.
AARP North Dakota is urging state legislators to pass a bill to make it easier for the state’s 62,000 unpaid caregivers to assist their friends and relatives at home.
AARP North Dakota is looking for volunteers to work with state legislators on issues such as caregiving, health care access, transportation and property taxes.
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