En Español | AARP proudly observes Pride Month and stands with LGBTQ+ members, non-members, their families, and allies, such as PFLAG St. Thomas and St. Croix Pride, to host events celebrating Pride Month. 
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Black music has evolved and triumphed.
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Now is your chance to honor someone in your community you know is making a difference. AARP Ohio is accepting nominations for the Andrus Award for Community Service, AARP’s most prestigious state volunteer award for community service.
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Every day over 800,000 Washingtonians perform a great labor of love: caring for older parents, spouses, and other loved ones. To honor caregivers, AARP is inviting you to join us for a day at the ballpark!
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News and Notes from AARP Michigan
AARP Oregon, the city of Portland and Oregon Walks are kicking off a season of NeighborWalks, with nine guided walks on tap through October. The 10 a.m. walks are around 2 miles and go through neighborhoods, parks and city sites, often focusing on historical highlights.
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Do you know a volunteer from Maine who gives their time and talent to help others in their community?
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Washington state had a wild winter this year. And although it’s now history, have you ever thought about how weather has shaped history? That’s just one topic on deck at the next One Day University in Seattle.
AARP Arkansas and other organizations will celebrate Juneteenth on Saturday, June 17, with a 5K walk/run and a street festival.
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AARP New York is showing up in a big way for this year’s Pride March, and it needs LGBTQ+ people and allies to join the celebration.
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