The AARP Bulletin

Senior couple hiking in sunny woods
AARP is encouraging individuals 50 and over to explore the state this summer by participating in the AARP South Dakota State Park Challenge. 
AARP Brain Health Study
AARP South Dakota is connecting members with local leaders and experts to answer questions about aging and cognitive function. 
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AARP is encouraging individuals and communities to explore ways to make their areas better places to live for residents of all ages.
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AARP South Dakota is encouraging residents to get active in 2021 by completing 605 kilometers throughout the year—whether by walking, cycling or doing another activity. 
South Dakota State Capitol in Winter
The coronavirus pandemic is expected to linger over this year’s legislative session when state lawmakers return to Pierre this month.
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Five municipalities received 2020 AARP Community Challenge grants, and AARP South Dakota funded three more projects.
Legislation
State laws that took effect July 1 will help South Dakota residents age 50-plus by providing tax refunds, offering more protections against fraud and telemarketers, and expanding health care access.
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