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Debby Thompson De Carlo shares her memories of her mother and reflects on the rich life experiences walking has given her.
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Let’s paint a picture of Southern charm on our roads.  Can’t you just picture the watercolor “Summer Southern Avenue” -- Spanish moss dripping down from the gnarly branches of a majestic live oak, porches lined with rocking chairs, punctuated by a lilting “how ya’ beens?!” from those sitting in them? Bicyclists and motorists are stopped like toy soldiers behind marked crosswalks as pedestrians smile and wave while crossing.
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AARP North Carolina's "Let's Get Livable Over Lunch Series"
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Now more than ever, we need the out of doors, the satisfaction of a good walk, ways to connect.
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November conference to spark more progress to make communities better places for all ages
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Manchester’s Parks and Recreation Department has released the fall dates for 2019’s Walk for your Health program. This walking group is open to people of all ages who want to get out in the fresh air, exercise and meet new friends! This fall series will run from Wednesday, September 4 – Monday, November 11, with walks taking place on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 9:00 am at a variety of locations.
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Join AARP Colorado for NeighborWalks 2018. Enjoy guided walks through some of Denver's most beautiful and interesting neighborhoods. Come meet others in your community, learn the history and join the fun. Walks will be led by a local historian.
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CLACKAMAS —AARP awarded more than $25,000 to three Oregon community projects with Community Challenge Grants. “These are ‘quick-action’ projects that spark change in local communities,” said state director Jerry Cohen. The grant program, now in its second year, is part of AARP’s nationwide Livable Communities initiative, which aims to make communities great places to live for everyone.
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There are many reasons for walking - for health and wellness, to get to places and save gas, and of course, to connect with community! Join AARP Oregon and Rogue Valley Transportation District this year for some great NeighborWalks in the Rogue Valley. Get your steps in, meet new people, and explore Ashland, Medford and Grantspass on foot.
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