PLEASE READ: This is a time of great uncertainty for all of us as we confront the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) and work to keep ourselves and our families safe. At this time, AARP Maine, out of a preponderance of caution, has made the decision to suspend all community programs through December 2020. We appreciate your understanding. Please visit www.aarp.org/coronavirus for the latest information about the outbreak, what public agencies are doing and how you and your families can protect yourselves. If you have specific questions, you can call the Maine 211 Hotline that has been set up to provide Maine- based information.
AARP Georgia is hosting Community Voices for Community Choices on Saturday, June 16, 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m. at the Eastview Community Center of Augusta Recreation and Parks at 644 Aiken Street in Augusta.
Beginning in May, our weekly Tuesdays at the State House series will resume monthly. Meet in the Cross Cafe at 9:30. Following morning announcements, we will have committee orientations with committee staff (committees are scheduled below), and following lunch we will have a guided tour of a State facility (State House, Library, Museum, etc.).
We want to thank our partners WFXG FOX 54, Georgia Bikes, Central Savannah River Area Regional Commission, Augusta Warrior Project, Shiloh Comprehensive Community Center, The Kiwanis Club of Uptown Augusta and our wonderful volunteers for a successful event. We hope you enjoy the rebroadcast of our livestream! Special thanks to our moderator, CE Huffman from WFXG.
AARP announced it will broadcast a live online family caregiving event from Nashville featuring author and speaker Peter Rosenberger.
Augusta and Bangor Coffee Klatches with AARP Maine are a wonderful way to meet other AARP members in your community and learn about our work across the state. Why not join us? The coffee and bagels are on us!
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