Philadelphia Volunteer Marlene Trice Receives AARP Pennsylvania’s Andrus Award for Community Service
Marlene Trice of Philadelphia has been selected by AARP, the nonprofit membership organization for people 50 and older, to receive Pennsylvania’s 2013 AARP Andrus Award for Community Service, the Association’s most prestigious and visible volunteer award.
New AARP PA Poll Says Members of Congress Could Lose Older Voters by Backing Proposed Cut to Social Security and Vets Benefits
Pennsylvania Voters 50+ Oppose the Chained CPI, Believe Social Security Should Not Be Cut to Reduce the Deficit
Dedicating Proceeds from Private Lottery Management Deal to Home and Community Care Programs Represents First Step in Balancing State Long-Term Care System
AARP Pennsylvania today applauded Governor Corbett’s pledge to channel an additional $50 million in Lottery proceeds to existing home and community-based programs serving older Pennsylvanians in his proposed 2013-14 state budget as an important first step toward balancing the state’s long-term care systems and supports.
Privatizing PA Lottery Must Protect and Enhance Funding for Neglected Programs Helping Older Pennsylvanians Remain at Home
AARP Pennsylvania Advocacy Director Ray Landis today told a State Senate Panel that the Corbett Administration’s investigation into privatizing the operations of the state lottery must ensure predictable revenue streams and generate new resources for long-neglected home and community-based services programs serving older adults.
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