—   Friday, February 23, 2018:  Frauds and Scams Forum for Seniors 2:30 – 4:00 p.m. at the Fort Collins Senior Center, 1200 Raintree Drive Please join us for an informative session about how to prevent and respond to fraud and scams targeting seniors.  Dr. Sheri Gibson, Clinical Geropsychology, will lead a panel of local, state and national experts to address this very serious issue. To register, call (970) 498-7790 or email ADRC@larimer.org   Tuesday, February 27, 2018:  Caregiving Workshop-Age By …

— As one of the few nonprofits recognized, this is the first year AARP is named among OMNIKAL’s (formerly DiversityBusiness.com) list of the top 50 companies in America for multicultural inclusion in the marketplace. The Omni50 Award is a ranking of the top 50 U.S. corporations who are awarding the most business to the growing, culturally diverse vendor/supplier marketplace. This prestigious award is the most recognized honor of its kind in the country. “Diversity in our supply base is a vital …

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— AARP is pleased to announce the appointment of Bob Murphy as state director for AARP Colorado. Murphy joined AARP in April. After 8 years as the mayor of Lakewood, Murphy said he is thrilled to continue his focus on issues that are relevant to the 650,000 AARP members in Colorado, as well as all older Coloradans and their families. He brings an extensive background in the public, private and entrepreneurial sectors. During his tenure as mayor of Lakewood, Murphy oversaw …

— SWEEPSTAKES RULES To Enter: Complete the official entry form and drop your form at the AARP Resource Center at the Senior Resource Development Agency. Sweepstakes starts on or about 10:00 a.m. MNT on March 17, 2016 and ends at 1:45p.m.MNT on April 29, 2016. Entries must be received by no later than 1:45p.m.  MNT on April 29, 2016. One entry per person.  The official entry form can be found at the AARP Resource Center. AARP Colorado is not responsible for …

— AARP Colorado recently named Terri Potente of Fruita as its State President. AARP state presidents are volunteers, who may serve up to six years and lead the organization’s Colorado executive council, as well as its volunteer corps. Potente is the sixth president since the Colorado State Office’s inception in 1994. Prior to accepting her new post, Potente has been a member of the AARP Colorado Executive Council for five years. She has been instrumental in working to educate the public …