The AARP Bulletin

Utility Bill Money Picture
Following the devastating February winter storm, AARP Oklahoma is working to prevent utility price hikes for residents. 
Digital fraud
The Federal Trade Commission’s 2020 fraud report showed a spike in reported scams in Oklahoma, driven in part by opportunists taking advantage of the COVID pandemic. 
Vector Abstract Music Design
AARP will present the Oklahoma City Tower Theatre Happy Half Hour virtual concert series every Friday in May, from 5 to 5:30 p.m.
Senior couple hiking in sunny woods
AARP members interested in improving their health and fitness can start their journey by taking a stroll or a hike along a state park trail. 
Saving for Retirement
A new AARP survey shows that the state’s voters overwhelmingly support a retirement savings option for workers who don’t have access to one through their employers.
Volunteer
AARP will be advocating for older Oklahomans at the capitol and is seeking volunteers to virtually reach out to state lawmakers. The Legislature will be back in session in Oklahoma City on Monday, Feb. 1. 
Oklahoma State Capitol
A state law that took effect Nov. 1 helps protect residents in assisted living facilities and continuum-of-care facilities, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Scam
Nearly 1 in 3 Oklahoma residents surveyed by AARP have been targeted by a con artist pretending to represent a government agency.
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