AARP Vermont is presenting its most prestigious award for community service to Linda Bowden, a lead volunteer for livable communities and an advisory council member.
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Have a coffee on us and share ideas on how to make Greater Burlington more livable!
Elliott Greenblott of Brattleboro, VT has been named as the 2016 winner of the AARP Andrus Community Service Award. AARP’s most prestigious volunteer honor, the award is named for AARP founder, Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus, an educator and tireless advocate of community service and volunteerism. Andrus coined the motto, “To Serve, Not to be Served,” which remains part of the AARP credo to this day.
As we head into the busy holiday season, it's easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle. But, fraudsters see the season of giving as a season for scams.
You wouldn’t know it from most news coverage, but voters really do want presidential candidates to lay out their plans to keep Social Security financially sound for future generations.
The Next VT Governor Needs to Address the Issues You Care About! Come to a Candidate Town Hall in July
Gubernatorial Town Halls : We invite you to attend candidate town hall style forums this summer with all five candidates for Governor. Find out how each candidate stands on issues important to older Vermonters like transportation challenges, high utility bills or housing issues. Ask your own questions—face to face.
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