2019 AARP Community Challenge Grants

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Areas spruced up included an Atlanta neighborhood, Andrew College, and Newnan's Main Street.
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AARP’s Community Challenge program awarded 159 quick-action grants this year, providing $1.6 million to organizations in all 50 states. The Bayou State received three of the grants.
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Waikiki improvement projects and a Kailua-Kona bikeshare program have earned 2019 AARP Community Challenge grants.
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Bike racks, new bus stop benches and walking paths are among the improvements in Richmond and Bedford
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Two localities in Arizona received 2019 AARP Community Challenge grants for projects to enhance safety, mobility and health for all residents.
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AARP is helping to foster livable communities, awarding nearly $1.6 million in Community Challenge grants for quick-action projects nationwide, including three in the Magnolia State.
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Virgin Islanders are getting a health and recreation boost from an improvement made possible by the 2019 AARP Community Challenge grant program.
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Plans for street improvements and a new housing model will be possible thanks to AARP Community Challenge grants.
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Four cities have received 2019 AARP Community Challenge grants.
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The AARP Community Challenge grant program singled out three Alaska projects to help residents stay fit and active by enhancing bicycle and pedestrian safety.
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