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AARP Virginia volunteer reporter Charles Blake has been exploring his creative side while practicing social distancing. Have you been focusing on a hobby while self-isolating? Charles would like to tell your story, too. Contact him at
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We’re writing with an important message to let you know that we have canceled our external events until further notice. While convening events is a core part of our mission, we have changed our approach in light of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
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“Leap Day, 2020” was a great day for Richmond women (and a few brave men!) to “leap” into some new health and fitness lifestyles at the TRIVE, Women’s Health & Fitness Expo presented by local CBS affiliate WTVR, Channel 6. Featuring over 100 exhibitors, the six-hour event was held at the Richmond Raceway Complex for the 18th year.
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AARP volunteers give talks on topics of interest to older adults.
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The SEVA Region is starting 2020 off right with networking opportunities on both sides of the tunnel with their perspective "Lunch Bunch" Groups.
AARP Community Ambassador Nancy Crespo moved to Manassas, Virginia, three years ago after a varied career as a biology researcher, science teacher, and high school counselor and administrator. In November 2019 she was one of three volunteers to receive AARP Virginia’s President’s Award for Community Service, which recognized the recipients’ significant contributions to the work of AARP Virginia over the past year. I spoke with Nancy at The Swiss Bakery in Springfield, Virginia. Our conversation has been edited for length.
Join AARP Virginia and the McLean Community Village Association (MCVA) for lunch at Mylo’s Grill in McLean!
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