— Our AARP Georgia volunteers did a wonderful job of engaging with new and current AARP members and the other visitors to our booth. From assisting with the prize wheel, photo booth and spin art, it was easy to see that fun was had by all. Thank you, Volunteers, for all you do. We appreciate you.  

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— AARP has long been recognized as a powerful national organization, but our continued success depends on being relevant and responsive to local communities. Learn about the 2018 initiative to expand our reach and capacity in cities, towns and neighborhoods across the country – an effort in which volunteers will play a key role.  Joining AARP’s top executive Nancy LeaMond to discuss this “National to Nationwide” transition will be a fellow volunteer, AARP South Dakota State President, Jill Tyler.  As always, …

— boomerang TJ and flowers http://spr.ly/6181DkOvz AARP Georgia will be at the Dogwood Festival, April 13-15 at Piedmont Park. We’re doing Giving Trees where visitors have the opportunity to fill out a card answering the question “What can you and AARP do to make your community a better place?” and then place the card on the trees. Our intrepid intern Treasure hopes you’ll get in on the fun! We look forward to seeing you soon. Posted by AARP Georgia on Thursday, …