The AARP Fredericksburg Chapter 3396 work in their community is very extensive from helping veterans, organizing food drives, contributing to Soup for Seniors, advocacy and more. Join the AARP Fredericksburg Chapter 3396 at their next meeting every first Tuesday of every month, for more information visit their website http://aarp3396.org/.
There are eight volunteer-led AARP Chapters in the District, which offer health and wellness fairs, presentations on relevant topics, community service opportunities and fun outings. Find an AARP Chapter near you by searching here, and get involved!
Join the Blackforest AARP Chapter ! It’s your chance to help make your community an even better place to live, work and play. As a member, you’ll get the chance to engage in many different outreach activities, where you’ll be able to give back, meet new people in the area, and work on issues in your community. You can tap you own potential while helping to improve the community you love. Learn more online.
We were saddened to learn of the sudden passing of Yeiichi “Kelly” Kuwayama, loyal member of the AARP DC Ward Circle Chapter 2183. He was 96 years-old and is survived by his wife of 51 years, Fumiko, a younger brother, George and sister, Tomi. Kelly attended the most recent Ward Circle Chapter meeting on June 16. His memorial service is scheduled for Tuesday, July 15 at 2 p.m. at Metropolitan Memorial United Methodist Church, 3401 Nebraska Ave., NW, Washington, D.C. (Washington Post obituary: http://bit.ly/1sRvOUW ) In recent years, Kelly’s chapter members learned that he was a highly decorated veteran of World War II, credited with saving the life of the late Senator Daniel Inouye of Hawaii during the war.
A special letter from AARP Chapter 1100 to AARP State President, Terri Potente. The letter highlights the efforts of the newest AARP chapter, Parker #5451 helping out Black Forest #1100 after the devastating fires.
As she’d likely be the first to admit, it’s hard to say no to Lois Wells. This tall, striking woman with an inviting smile and welcoming demeanor was the force behind the creation of the Franklin Park Area/Grove Hall Chapter #4685 in Roxbury, one of AARP Massachusetts’ most successful chapters. Seeing a need in her community some 23 years ago, Lois pursued creating the chapter for three years before realizing her dream when the chapter was granted an official charter from AARP in 1991.
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