AARP Awards Four Virginia Organizations with Community Grants as Part of Record-Breaking Nationwide Program
Four Virginia organizations will receive 2020 Community Challenge grants – part of the largest number of grantees to date with more than $2.4 million awarded among 184 organizations nationwide.
Mary Terry has lots to talk about when sharing information about her Virginia AARP Eureka Chapter. Her enthusiasm for their members and activities shines through the current pandemic situation which has shut down activities and in-person meeting.
Located 30 miles east of Danville and between Danville and Clarksville, South Boston is the home of the local AARP chapter’s president, Bettie Allred. Although newly elected last year, Allred is not a newcomer to AARP leadership. In previous years, she served as secretary, and has been volunteering since her retirement in 2003.
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 CharlesBlake1938@gmail.com.
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.
“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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