— Registration for fall classes is open! Sign up for classes HERE New Knowledge Adventures (NKA) is a lifelong continuing education program for older adults designed to offer exceptional learning opportunities in a comfortable and friendly academic surrounding. Supported by Idaho State University, AARP Idaho and the Treasure Valley Family YMCA, NKA represents the most affordable learning opportunity for the 50 plus in the Treasure Valley. Beginning this fall there is no registration fee but some classes do charge a small fee …

— AARP is here to help you take on today – and every day. From sharing practical resources, to holding fun activities and events, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build an even stronger Idaho We hope you’ll join us!

— Summer is here and that means Idaho road trips! In recognition of June being National Safety Month, AARP Driver Safety is offering 25% off the AARP Smart Driver online course. Drivers will refresh their know-how behind the wheel to stay safer across the Gem State. Plus, when you’re done, you could be eligible for a multiyear discount on your insurance.* Visit www.aarpdriversafety.org and use promo code NSM25. Or check out an AARP Driver Safety class in your community. For more …

— AARP Idaho is pleased to welcome Becky Young of Blackfoot, as the new state coordinator of the Driver Safety Program in Idaho. As state coordinator, Young will organize and oversee all of the volunteer driver safety instructors who teach courses in cities and towns across the Gem State. Last year, more than 40 volunteer instructors conducted 150 classes throughout Idaho resulting in more than 1,700 Safe Driver “graduates.” Young has been an AARP Driver Safety volunteer for the past 12 …

— You’ve probably seen the ironic bumper stickers claiming “Dog is My Copilot.” It may be a play on words, but it’s also frequently true, especially during the holiday season. Idahoans all over the state will be making the rural-trek to see family and friends, with their “furry copilot.” According to the American Pet Product Manufacturers Association, 84 percent of pet owners say they take their pets on the road with them. Sure, Fido may love the wind in his face …