Pittsburgh

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By Hilary Appelman
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What if you could close down a city street and use it for a few hours of healthy community fun—without motor vehicles?
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AARP Ambassador Frank Abignale Addresses Crowd in Monroeville
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Pennsylvania’s two largest communities, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, have embarked on an ambitious process as members of the AARP Network of Age-Friendly communities.  This sounds like a lofty title but the true meaning of this designation is critical for the future of the people that live in these communities.
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Discover all the possibilities you can explore with AARP in your community.  We have a local presence all across the country so we can offer people age 50-plus opportunities to connect to other people and new experiences, while enjoying discounted events and activities.
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You're likely to live a longer, healthier life if you stay active, and AARP members and guests can trim costs as well with a 20% discount from Venture Outdoors.  The nonprofit organization connects people of all ages and physical capabilities to recreational opportunities in Southwestern Pennsylvania, promoting exercise amid the scenic beauty of the area.  Activities include kayaking, hiking, biking and fly fishing, which promote endurance, flexibility, balance and strength - fitness goals recommended by the National Institute of Aging.  To register for an outing, go to the Venture Outdoors website and use code Q1F0WPQT.  The discount is good through Oct. 31, 2015.
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