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— If you live in the Garden State and haven’t signed up for email alerts from AARP New Jersey, you may not realize what you’re missing. In recent months, the state office has offered free screenings of the hit movie Black Panther; free seminars on caregiving, fraud and healthy lifestyles; discount tickets for Somerset Patriots baseball games; and discount tickets for selected shows at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center. The state office also sends action alerts about state and national …

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— Hours: AARP Massachusetts is open Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Location: One Beacon Street, Suite 2301 | Boston, MA 02108 | Local Map Our location is in downtown Boston, easily accessible via automobile or MBTA. The closest MBTA stops are: Red Line: Park Street; Orange Line: State; Green Line: Park Street or Government Center; Blue Line: State or Government Center. Call: 866-448-3621 Email: ma@aarp.org Fax: 617-723-4224 Members of the press should contact Communications Director Cindy Campbell at 617-305-0515 …

— Ninety-one percent of tech owners 50 plus say they use personal technology to keep in touch with family and friends, according to a new AARP survey aimed at measuring and identifying technology use and attitudes among adults 50-plus. The research found that mobile and computing devices are the primary technology for Americans 50-plus with subtle differences between age groups. Adults in their 50s and 60s are texting more than emailing on smartphones, while people 70-plus are more likely to use …

— We are encouraging AARP members in North Dakota to sign up to receive email from AARP North Dakota about upcoming events and other news. Go to http://www.aarp.org/yes2emailND. If you don’t already have an account on the AARP website, you’ll have to create one (by entering a user name and password) before you can opt in to receive our email. You’ll receive emails about upcoming events such as lunch and learns, Movies for Grownups, and free document shredding. We’ll also periodically …

— AARP Vermont invites members to stay in the know about its advocacy on their behalf, opportunities to get involved and fun activities close to home. Learn the latest about the AARP state office’s efforts to help working people save for retirement and protect consumers from fraud. Enjoy local AARP discounts, and be the first to sign up for special events, such as AARP Vermont’s annual Day at the Lake. To sign up for occasional informative emails, send an email with …

— AARP Nebraska is offering computer classes to help residents get comfortable using a computer or tablet. The classes are designed for people with little, if any, computer experience. Instructors explain how to browse the Internet and send email, and participants have a hands-on opportunity to do these things in class. Sponsored by the AARP Information Center in Omaha, the beginner classes are free and open to the public, but enrollment is limited to eight people per session, and the classes …

— The AARP Information Center in Omaha is offering classes for people who want to get comfortable with using a computer or tablet to send email and navigate the Internet. The classes are free and open to the public. AARP membership is not required. People who never learned to use computers in a classroom or on the job are welcome, as are those who have a little experience but want to freshen their skills. With enrollment limited to eight people per …

— Volunteers from the nonprofit organization Family Matters of Greater Washington teamed up with District residents this year to help them battle loneliness by learning to use social media. Funded by AARP Foundation, the Connecting to Community (C2C) project provided iPads, Internet service and six months of volunteer-led instruction to about 50 isolated, older, African American residents. The volunteers taught participants how to use email, Facebook, YouTube and other social media to develop closer connections with their families. More than half …