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AARP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, with a membership of more than 37 million, over 125,000 of whom live right here in Vermont (VT). Our mission includes helping people age 50 and over turn goals and dreams into real possibilities, strengthening communities and fighting for the issues that matter most to families such as healthcare, livable communities, caregiving, employment security and financial resiliency.  At AARP, we believe age and experience expand your possibilities.
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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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SSTA is looking for full and part-time paratransit drivers to help our clients get where they need to go. Drivers operate a 27’ van, 14-passenger van, or sedan, providing reliable door-to-door transportation.
The Vermont Retired Teachers Association (VRTA) is a statewide advocate and voice for over 10,000 retired educators and educational support workers.  VRTA is the only organization in Vermont representing all individuals who retired from work in the schools of the state.  VRTA speaks in support of retirement and health care programs that benefit those who dedicated their life work to educating and providing services to K-12 students and beyond.  Local chapters of the organization can be found in all areas of Vermont and are currently seeking new members.  Contact Elliott Greenblott at egreenblott@comcast.net or call (802) 254-4489 for more information.
For people who don’t drive, it can be hard to find convenient, affordable transportation for medical appointments, grocery shopping and other errands. That’s why AARP is recruiting volunteer drivers for Community Rides, a statewide program that offers free round trips for older Vermonters, people with disabilities and Medicaid patients.
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