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Kate Kleinart, a widow living near Philadelphia, exercised caution with Facebook friend requests from people she didn’t know. Then she accepted a stranger’s request, and her life changed forever.
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Financial fraud, identity theft, romance scams, check washing, tech support, and social media. These were some of the topics addressed recently by a panel of professionals at the 6th Annual Scam Jam, a joint effort by AARP Virginia and Fairfax County Government’s Silver Shield Task Force.
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Paul Greenwood served as San Diego’s deputy district attorney for 22 years, working mostly on caregiver abuse issues. He now serves as a champion against elder abuse.
Family, friends, food and fun were in abundance at Sperryfest, the annual Sperryville street festival held in April.
AARP Virginia and Fairfax County’s Silver Shield Task Force to Live Stream 6th Annual Scam Jam
AARP Virginia offers a range of online and in-person events to inform, entertain and help Old Dominion residents live their best lives.
The Richmond Office of Aging & Disabilities partnered with seventh district City Council Member, Cynthia Newbille, to host a Valentine’s Day luncheon at Main Street Station in Richmond-- For the Love of Seniors. This was the ninth annual senior celebration and resource fair.
Office meeting
RADFORD — Radford Recreation Center is hosting their Adult Health and Wellness Fair from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tue. March 7 at 200 George Street in Radford.
Senior men and women attend seminar at senior center
RICHMOND, Va. – AARP Virginia is teaming up with Hopewell Recreation and Parks to present a speakers’ bureau series on topics of interest to people age 50-plus.
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