Filipino World War II veterans and surviving family members are being urged to register so they can receive long-overdue recognition of their service during the War in the Pacific.
Join us on Saturday, May 27, 2017 from 9:45 a.m. - noon and help local artist David Murrieta finish painting a community mural. We also invite you to tune every Saturday 8 - 9 a.m. on 1190 AM or watch and follow us on Facebook @AARP Arizona Hispanic Connection.
Picture, if you can, a man standing with the skin of his chest pierced with wooden pegs tied to leather thongs which are then attached to a pole. The man leans away from the pole putting weight on the skin. The man is a Native American Sun Dancer, and for at least 15 years, that man was Frank Alby. Now 81, Frank doesn’t dance anymore, but he still participates in this sacred ceremony while other men dance. Frank’s participation in the Sun Dance was the culmination of a journey to understand and learn about his heritage as a Native American.
Pack your picnic basket, put on your dancing shoes and join us for a night of music under the stars as AARP in Los Angeles teams up with the Grand Performances Concert Series in downtown L.A.
The AARP Mound Bayou chapter in the Delta has made a commitment to building a healthier and safe community. After a series of community conversations, AARP Mississippi facilitated a workshop called Active Living In a Health Community last year.
Greg Tanner, North Carolina native and longtime leader on public service issues, has been named AARP Georgia state director, the top staff position for AARP in Georgia, effective Nov. 26.
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