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The AARP Bulletin

Nashville’s traffic and lack of sidewalks and bike lanes have been a problem for years — something that Mary Johnston saw up close during a walk audit last fall.
AARP awarded Community Challenge grants to four Tennessee organizations for quick-action projects to boost local livability.
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and AARP Tennessee is partnering with the Alcatraz East Crime Museum to offer a session on ways to thwart scammers.
Gerre Currie is bringing her experience in government and community service to her role as AARP Tennessee’s state president, the organization’s top volunteer position.
AARP Tennessee is looking for volunteers to help Mt. Olive Cemetery in Clarksville protect a recently constructed pedestrian bridge at the historic site.
New technology is rapidly changing your car, with features such as drowsy driver alerts and forward-collision warnings.
AARP Tennessee is a sponsor of the Oak Ridge Boys’ residency at Gaylord Opryland Resort, where the band will perform through Dec. 25.
AARP Tennessee is working with elected officials and community leaders to focus attention on the affordable housing crisis—particularly on how it limits people’s ability to age in their own homes.
The Volunteer State needs some volunteers.
Natural disasters can devastate communities and lives, as Tennesseans were reminded during December’s tornadoes.
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