2018 Community Challenge grants

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West Sacramento has a new ride-share program, and more older adults could be using it for a pathway to mobile, independent lives without getting behind the wheel.
Transportation Cut Away
Aging in place means being able to travel confidently in the community, whether to shop, dine out or connect with friends.
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AARP wants neighborhoods to be accessible to people of all ages. Two Mountain State communities just got a boost in that effort, winning AARP Community Challenge grants to improve public spaces.
Community Grant Challenge 2017
Two “quick action” projects in Rhode Island have been completed, thanks to Community Challenge grants.
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Two communities in the state have won AARP Community Challenge grants that will help pedestrians, bicyclists and those who enjoy parks.
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Walking outdoors improves both personal and community fitness. That’s why AARP is helping fund projects, including two in the Bayou State, to make cities more walkable.
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Three AARP Community Challenge grants totaling $29,000 aim to make communities more age-friendly.
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The city of Winnemucca has won a 2018 AARP Community Challenge Grant to improve an intergenerational park and trail system.
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