AARP New Hampshire State President Dick Chevrefils spoke in favor of the reauthorization of the New Hampshire Health Protection Program (Medicaid Expansion) at a New Hampshire House Health and Human Services Committee hearing this morning. Here’s what he had to say:
Prospective volunteers attended the launch of AARP New Hampshire’s new civic engagement project aimed at taking advantage of New Hampshire’s unique first-in-the-nation status to engage members of the community in the political process.
Dick Chevrefils, volunteer State President of AARP New Hampshire, offers these thoughts on why expanding Medicaid is good for New Hampshire and midlife adults.
AARP New Hampshire honored nearly 60 volunteers at a celebratory luncheon held Thursday, October 31 at the Manchester Country Club. The most prestigious volunteer award, the Andrus Award for Community Service, was presented to Katherine “Kaye” Heffernan, a dedicated AARP volunteer and community leader. Others honored were Andrus Award finalists; Driver Safety and Advocacy Volunteers of the Year; and Retired Educator of the Year.
AARP New Hampshire hosted a live telephone town hall this morning with Senator Jeanne Shaheen to educate its members on responsible solutions to Social Security and Medicare.
What’s old is new again as Dick Chevrefils, retired from AARP in 2011, recently accepted the volunteer position of AARP New Hampshire State President. In this role, Chevrefils will lead AARP volunteers, collaborate with state leaders to ensure the achievement of AARP’s strategic goals, and continue to enhance relationships with leaders in business, government and nonprofits to meet the needs of the 50+ and their families.
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