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The 2023 AARP Texas Andrus Award recipients are big contributors to their communities' betterment.
When it comes to out-of-this-world community commitment, it doesn’t get any better than AARP Houston and the World Champion Houston Astros. Thousands of fans saw that firsthand during this year’s Hispanic Heritage Weekend at Minute Maid Park. AARP Houston volunteers and staff were in full force during the three-day event, September 22, 23, and 24, which gave fans a taste of who AARP is and why we do what we do.
Muertos Fest honors those who have passed while celebrating life, family and culture.
Votar no es sólo un privilegio, sino también nuestro derecho. Nos da el poder de decidir cómo será nuestro futuro. En AARP Houston hemos reunido la información electoral local más actualizada para asegurarnos de que usted esté informado y que las voces de los votantes mayores de 50 años se escuchen el 9 de diciembre.
AARP Texas is in your community and advocating for what matters most to Texans aged 50+ and their families. We are committed to serving all and empowering people to choose how they live as they age, with a focus on health security, financial resilience, and social connection. We are the nation's largest nonprofit, nonpartisan organization with nearly 38 million members with, 2.2 million being Texan.
AARP members can enjoy Texas Rangers games with a discount!
When it comes to fraud prevention awareness, a new AARP report shows most Americans — including 81% of those ages 50 and older — believe scams and fraud have reached a crisis level. That same report indicates a good number of consumers get a D in fraud awareness. While Americans are aware of fraud's pervasiveness, they remain vulnerable. The best way to beat scammers at their own game, according to the report, is to share what we know about scams with others.
AARP Texas has a big lineup of exciting events for Hispanic Heritage Month
The Riverfront Jazz Festival, produced by The Black Academy of Arts and Letters, is quickly becoming one of Dallas' major attractions for patrons, tourists, and residents.
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