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The AARP Bulletin

South Dakota’s primary is Tuesday, June 4, and AARP wants to ensure voters are aware of key information.
AARP South Dakota needs volunteers to engage with lawmakers on issues important to older adults.
State lawmakers return to Pierre in January, and AARP South Dakota will be advocating for increased resources for the state’s 80,000 family caregivers.
Five South Dakota localities received 2023 AARP Community Challenge grants for improvement projects. The efforts will include:
An estimated 42,000 more South Dakotans will be able to sign up for Medicaid coverage as of July 1.
Make Monday your movie night. AARP South Dakota is hosting three free movie nights on upcoming Mondays at the historic State Theatre in downtown Sioux Falls.
Volunteers play a crucial role in AARP’s work across the state, and more help is always needed.
Blues rock band Indigenous will take the stage at a free outdoor Levitt at the Falls concert in Sioux Falls on Saturday, July 8. The concert is free, but the first 200 people who register here will get two tickets for a beverage of your choice.
AARP Night at the Birdcage is back—meaning discounts on Canaries’ baseball tickets and stadium refreshments that are good enough to sing about.
Family caregivers can sign up for phone or text support by calling the South Dakota 211 Helpline Center. The caregiver support program, which AARP South Dakota helped to pilot two years ago, is free and available on an ongoing basis.
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