AARP Oregon

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AARP volunteers served their country in different ways
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Join AARP Oregon for the 9th annual Vital Aging Conference presented by the AARP Southern Oregon Community Action team. This is a free online event.
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Debby Thompson De Carlo shares her memories of her mother and reflects on the rich life experiences walking has given her.
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Join us on Facebook for uplifting conversations with Chef and Cooking Instructor Lauren Chandler
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In July 2015, I was waiting in the Oregon Governor’s ceremonial office with more than 50 other advocates. It was a beautiful day and hot even inside the massive stone capitol building with its stately staircases and wood-paneled walls. In breezed petite Oregon Governor Kate Brown with her chestnut bobbed haircut and the pearl necklace she frequently wears for special events. She sat at the ceremonial desk and signed legislation into law to create OregonSaves – the first-in-the-nation, state-based IRA program.
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Explore. Engage. Enjoy.
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Force of habit compels me, unconsciously, routinely, impulsively, to say, “I’m taking a walk.” (Back in the day, the sounds of those words compelled my dog to leap with joy, and scamp away to find her leash.) In reality, however, fully conscience, pragmatic, practical, I should say, “I’m taking a roll.” (my dog would have snored.)
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Don’t miss our local, online event for family caregivers.
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Eugene, OR – No one denies it. Family caregiving can be tough – but there are plenty of tips and tools available to make this labor of love easier. On Friday, Oct. 26, AARP Oregon and the Alzheimer’s Association are offering a workshop with a twist: the ins and outs of “Family Caregiving for Tough Guys," at Venue 252, 252 Lawrence Street in Eugene.
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