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The annual Seattle Stand Down event helps veterans who are homeless or experiencing housing instability access social services, such as housing, jobs, legal aid and medical care.
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Communities across Washington are working each and every day to become more livable for residents of all ages.
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By Dana E. Neuts
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AARP Funds Age-Friendly Hackathon to Make Communities More Livable
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When former music teacher Pat Gray decided to retire, she imagined a life of leisure.  Instead, Pat heard a different calling from her local community in Kent and it resulted in a Life Reimagined.
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Mike Sherlock spent 30 years in the commercial fishing industry, first running boats in the Bering Sea and later as a shipyard owner. But at the age of 54, he decided he wanted a different kind of life.
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AARP members are invited to see the classic musical Carousel at the beautiful and historic 5th Avenue Theater in Seattle at a savings of 25%. The show runs February 5th to March 1st and the discount is available for all performances.
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Seven of 10 pedestrian fatalities in Seattle from 2010 to 2013 involved people age 50 and older.
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By Leslee Jaquette
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Two-thirds of Washington women age 50 and older worry about declining physical health and 84 percent worry about staying mentally sharp, according to an AARP survey of female members in the state. In addition, roughly two-thirds are concerned about staying in their own homes and having long-term care or home health care services available as they age.
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