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Giving 50+ Tennesseans news they can use
Tennessee: Find upcoming election dates, registration deadlines and options for voting, such as absentee or early voting, or voting with a disability.
The names of the first 10 Medicare drugs whose prices the federal government will negotiate directly with manufacturers were released Aug. 29. Popular but pricey blood thinners, diabetes medications, cancer treatments make historic list.
FEB 15, 2024
Tennessee is often recognized as the Volunteer State, but there’s much more history there than meets the eye. Tennessee is the home of many impactful, change-making people, institutions, and more especially within the African American community.
JAN 26, 2024
We know that it takes time to build great communities, but we also believe that tangible improvements can spark long-term change. AARP launched the Community Challenge grant program in 2017 to fund projects that build momentum to improve livability nationwide. Challenge grants have funded more than 20 projects in Tennessee, so we took a closer look at three success stories to learn more about how recipients leveraged grant funds to make a positive impact on both the organizations and their communities. We interviewed Jazmine Leblanc from ELLA Library in Chattanooga, Marlon Foster from Knowledge Quest in Memphis, and Danielle Kaminsky from Robertson County Schools in Springfield.
AARP Tennessee is offering “What’s Cookin’ With AARP?” as a way to help grandparents and their grandchildren spend quality time together. The virtual class is held every other month.
AARP Tennessee is looking for volunteers to help Mt. Olive Cemetery in Clarksville protect a recently constructed pedestrian bridge at the historic site.
AARP Tennessee and the AARP Fraud Watch Network can help you protect yourself against identity theft. Join us for a free document shredding event on Saturday, April 29. This event is open to the public and AARP membership is not required.
Join AARP Tennessee for a special community service project.
In the early 1900s, the Greenwood neighborhood of Tulsa, Oklahoma, now called "Black Wall Street," was a vibrant and prosperous community. Despite the challenges and racial injustices they faced, residents of this community built a thriving neighborhood filled with successful Black-owned businesses, attorneys, doctors, and real estate agents. Their achievements were nothing short of remarkable and served as a beacon of hope for Black Americans nationwide.
Tennessee victims reported losing $108.5 million to fraud in 2022.
It's spring in Tennessee and that means we all need to have a heightened awareness of severe weather and potential natural disasters.
Thank you for your interest in the AARP Tennessee Speakers Bureau. Our volunteer speakers provide free presentations both virtually and in person, addressing the issues that matter to Tennesseans. At this time, we are accepting requests for both virtual and in-person presentations.
New technology is rapidly changing your car, with features such as drowsy driver alerts and forward-collision warnings.
AARP Tennessee Announces Grant Opportunity for Quick-Action Community Improvement Projects
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