Older Americans Month

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Fairfax County, the Arts Council of Fairfax County, AARP Virginia and several community groups will hold a Creative Aging Festival in May 2015.
Celebrating Older American's month in Maine
Older Americans Month and the Programs That Make a Difference in Our Communities
Lobby Day May 21
AARP Hawaii State President Gerry Silva and State Director Barbara Kim Stanton visited Capitol Hill on May 21 to urge Hawaii’s elected representatives to back bills, including the Older Americans Act, that can help Americans live their best lives. Visits to the offices of Senators Mazie Hirono and Brian Schatz and Members of the U.S. House of Representatives Colleen Hanabusa and Tulsi Gabbard took place to discuss a variety of issues crucial to older Americans.
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Today, in the midst of Older Americans Month, AARP volunteers and staff from every state visited Capitol Hill to urge their elected representatives to back bills, including the Older Americans Act, that can help Americans live their best lives. Myrtle S. Habersham, a member of AARP Georgia's Executive Council and Macon-Bibb resident is representing our state. She works with our Associate State Director of Community Outreach, Karen Cooper, to develop strategies for Age-Friendly Macon-Bibb.
Lobby Day May 21
    Issues Include Bipartisan Older Americans Act, Medicare, Age Discrimination, Transportation Safety and More  WASHINGTON, DC – Today, in the midst of Older Americans Month, AARP Kansas visited Capitol Hill to urge their elected representatives to back bills, including the Older Americans Act, that can help Americans live their best lives. Visits to the offices of Senators Pat Roberts and Jerry Moran and Members of the U.S. House of Representatives Tim Huelscamp, Mike Pompeo, Lynn Jenkins and Kevin Yoder took place to discuss a variety of issues crucial to older Americans.  
Lobby Day May 21
Older Americans Act, Medicare, Age Discrimination, Transportation Safety Top the List of Issues Discussed
Lobby Day 2014
AARP Connecticut volunteers and staff are visiting Capitol Hill today during Older Americans Month to urge CT's Congressional delegation to back bills, including the Older Americans Act, which can help Americans live their best lives.  State Director Nora Duncan and volunteer State President, Laura Green, will make visits to the offices of U.S. Senator Chris Murphy D-CT, and Members of the U.S. House of Representatives Rosa DeLauro, Jim Himes and Elizabeth Esty to discuss a variety of issues crucial to older Americans.       
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