Are you new to your community — or maybe just looking for ways to get more involved? Why not check out an AARP chapter near you! For example, the Black Forest Chapter is involved in fighting fraud! This will be the 10th year Chapter 1100 has co-hosted this event. Last year 15,800 pounds of paper was professionally shredded and recycled. The 371 individuals, from 18 different postal ZIP Codes, who took advantage of this opportunity to reduce their likelihood of being victimized by a scam or ID theft by taking advantage of our service, also donated 610 pounds of nonperishable food and $1,123 in cash to the Black Forest food pantry. Learn more about the Black Forest Chapter on their website.
You are invited to attend the Blacksburg Chapter's monthly meetings held every third Tuesday of the month at the Blacksburg Community Center from 11:30 am - 1:00 pm located at 725 Patrick Henry Drive .
Last week AARP Upson County and Macon-Bibb Chapter members along with AARP Georgia Executive Council Member Myrtle S. Habersham and AARP Georgia Program Specialist Hillary Thomas met to discuss strategies serving Middle Georgia with support from the Georgia State Office.
AARP’s chapters in Alabama will be in full swing this fall, providing opportunities for community service and social activities. Chapters are the strategic link between members and communities around our state and AARP’s programs and activities in Alabama. And members may also have the opportunity to meet their local elected officials to share opinions on issues that matter to their community.
The leadership for AARP Southwest Waterfront Chapter #4751 has been hard at work designing interesting meeting programs and community service events. Volunteers are the foundation for successful AARP chapters nationwide, especially here in the Washington, DC area. That's why AARP DC salutes the active AARP chapter volunteer leaders throughout the District.
AARP’s Southwest Waterfront Chapter #4751 has an exciting program planned for February in observance of Black History Month. Mark your calendar. Current AARP members and prospective members are welcome. For further information, contact Chapter President Betty Jean Tolbert Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 202-554-0901.
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