AARP is here to help you take on today – and every day. From sharing practical resources, to holding fun activities and events, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build an even stronger Tennessee for all ages to live, work and play. We hope you’ll join us!
AARP has partnered with the Jackson Generals baseball team to create a special offer for AARP members and their families! Come out to the ballpark and enjoy a great night of family-friendly fun with a special package for AARP members.
You're invited to a FREE sneak preview screening of Ken Burns’ new documentary The Vietnam War. See the story of a landmark event in American history as it has never been told before. This exclusive screening will take place on Wed., September 13 at the Old Glory Distilling Company in Clarksville and is limited to the first 250 people who register online. Complimentary food and beverages will be served and adult beverages will be available for purchase. A one-hour preview will be followed by a special panel to discuss the film and personal experiences. Panelists include Bill Robinson, longest held captive of Vietnam War for seven and a half years and Cindy Stonebreaker, daughter of Missing in Action Aviation pilot and Ernesto Rodriguez, Former Staff Sergeant, U.S. Army, 101st Sustainment Brigade. This event is part of the week-long Welcome Home postcard veterans of our veterans in Clarksville on Sept. 13-16, 2017.
AARP Tennessee has teamed up with AARP Kentucky to cosponsor the third annual Welcome Home festival for veterans Sept. 13-16 in Clarksville. The Volunteer State is home to more than 500,000 veterans, and Clarksville is home to Fort Campbell, one of the largest Army bases in the nation.
Please plan to join us for a special event on July 13 as we discuss how to embrace aging. AARP is sponsoring this exclusive forum will connect individuals and families to community resources. This conference will offer a look at tomorrow’s possibilities in the financial, health, home and social areas of aging.
In a special ceremony and luncheon on October 28, 2015, AARP Tennessee presented Carolyn Lawhorn with its 2015 AARP Tennessee Andrus Award for Community Service. This honor is the Association’s most prestigious and visible state volunteer award, recognizing people for service which has greatly benefited the community, supporting AARP’s vision and mission, and inspiring others. The award is named for AARP’s founder, Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus.
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