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AARP Nevada podcast
The popular AARP Nevada Voices Podcast is back for its second year! We kick it off with an update on where AARP will focus its efforts in 2018.
Woman Loves Her Dog
The City of Henderson is the first Nevada city to join the AARP Network of Age-Friendly Communities, demonstrating a strong commitment to create an environment that is accessible and encourages active and healthy living for all ages.  Mayor Andy Hafen and the City Council proclaimed February 2 "Age-Friendly Community Day" in Henderson to kick-off an extensive process to identify and address priorities to make its neighborhoods livable and sustainable.
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Are your family and friends on Facebook, while you're still wondering what's in it for you? Or if you already use Facebook, do you worry about privacy on the social network? Hate sifting through irrelevant or annoying posts and game invitations to find what you're looking for?
Domingo Floresta
Domingo Floresta has been selected to receive the 2014 AARP Nevada Andrus Award for Community Service – the organization’s most prestigious state volunteer award.  The award recognizes Floresta’s dedicated, inspiring service to the Las Vegas community as a volunteer leader.
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Still need to get covered? March 31 is the deadline to enroll in health insurance plans offered through Nevada HealthLink, the state's marketplace created under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Federally-approved navigators and assistors can help you compare plans and sign up for the one that's right for you.   If you live in the metro Las Vegas area, you can get free in-person assistance at libraries and Nevada JobConnect sites before the March 31 deadline:
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Big Rivers Electric Corporation says it needs higher rates: Tell the Public Service Commission – What You Need!
food bank
It’s a startling statistic – more than 80,000 seniors living in Southern Nevada are going hungry, or are at risk of hunger.  Many live on fixed incomes, and find themselves regularly choosing between purchasing needed medication, paying monthly bills, and shopping for groceries.  That’s why the more than 60 locally-owned outlets of The UPS Store in Southern Nevada are teaming up with AARP Nevada and Three Square for a special summer food drive to support seniors in need.
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