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Lisa Hoyt

Current Role: AARP Virginia Volunteer Reporter
Elmwood Park in downtown Roanoke was the place to be on a recent Friday, as participants strolled the grounds during the Local Office on Aging (LOA) Celebrating Seniors Health Fair.
Baseball fans attending AARP Night at a Lynchburg Hillcats minor league game on July 18 enjoyed the action and also learned about fraud and theft – but not the stolen bases kind.
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The longer you or your qualifying spouse work and the longer you delay receiving benefits, the higher your monthly payments. 
It’s been a year since Dean died. His wife Maggie, now ninety-one, took some time for herself this week to remember her husband and the good times they had. They were married for twenty-two years; each had been married before and had (adult) children by the time they met – at a square dance in 1996.
The Farmville Area Habitat for Humanity was one of 89 national winners of the AARP Community Challenge Grant in 2017, receiving $6,000.
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