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AARP South Carolina

Making a difference where you live
Don't fall victim to financial abuse. Learn to spot the red flags so you can keep yourself and your family safe.
AARP South Carolina advocates for important issues to older South Carolinians. The 2024 legislative session has ended. Here's a recap of what we accomplished thanks to our volunteers and members.
Dominion Energy South Carolina, Inc. is requesting a rate increase and changes to the Company’s electric rates and schedules for retail electric base rates. Learn more about what the changes mean to you and how you can speak out.
Turn your lifetime of experience into the experience of a lifetime. Become an AARP SC volunteer. Learn more.
Find free online and in-person local events designed with you in mind. Discover fun exercise classes, healthy cooking demos, helpful workshops, and more.
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AARP South Carolina's virtual cooking class series features Greenville-based chef Veera Gaul, who is a proponent of heart-healthy Mediterranean-style food plans. The next class is Thursday, May 23.
AARP Board Chair Lloyd E. Johnson was honored on April 18 by the University of South Carolina’s School of Business. Johnson’s recognition was part of the school’s 38th Annual Leadership Awards.
House Bill 5118, the much talked about Energy Security Act is now in the Senate. State Senators will soon take up debating this bill. AARP SC delivered a letter to Senators.
Whether you’re looking for fun and fulfillment or want information, AARP is here to connect. Take part in one of our upcoming events in your community or online.
Given members’ ongoing worries about fraud, AARP South Carolina is working to educate them on how to avoid financial exploitation.
(Info. taken from SC Office of Regulatory Staff)
Join AARP SC and Chef Veera for a four-part virtual cooking series that will spice up your life. Learn tips and tricks to help you cook like a pro and make healthy food choices. Class dates: March 14, May 23, July 18, Sept. 26.
Cassandra Addison is AARP South Carolina’s new volunteer state president, helping lead advocacy efforts to address health care access, Social Security protections, brain health and caregiving.
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