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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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Did you know that a little yellow dot on your car windshield could help save your life? Started in Connecticut in 2002, the Yellow Dot program has spread like wildfire.
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