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Volunteers makes our communities happier, healthier places to live, and it's also good for the individual!
Intimacy, addiction and exercise are just a few of the topics at this year's Vital Aging Conference, which tackles what it means to Disrupt Aging.
By Merry MacKinnon
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By Merry MacKinnon
(Photo: Debbie Cahill and Lois Jackson)
This is the first in a new series of blogs by the Oregon State Volunteer President
Sitting at a conference table, I wrestle alongside my AARP Oregon colleagues with deciding which questions to ask Portland mayoral candidates, and how to word them.
Each Friday during the legislative session, AARP Oregon will post the testimony given to the Oregon State Legislature on pending bills. We are working with our appointed volunteers to make sure the needs and interests of people 50+ are well represented. We make our policy decisions based on policy approved by the AARP Board of Directors. Click here for our AARP policy guides.
Kim and her husband Aaron Knight on vacation at the Pittock Mansion in Portland
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