Meet our volunteers and find opportunities to get involved with our outreach and community service programs.
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The kids are whining, “We don’t have anything to do.”  Grandpa says, “The doctor says I have to get some exercise.”  Aunt Tilly needs distraction from the stress of her job.  “I love to paint.  I just wish I knew where to take a class.”  What to do!
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Annual award recognizes those who make a powerful difference in their community
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Volunteers from across Virginia thanked at virtual ceremony
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Meet this year's Elvira B. Shaw Advocacy Award Winner Debi Taylor
Meet this year's Chapter Service Award winner
Meet this year's President's Award Winner Suba Saty
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Meet AARP Virginia President's Award winner Bobby Horne
We have a team of volunteer reporters who cover events and write feature articles to tell the AARP story in Virginia. We have a lot going on, and we need more volunteer reporters to cover our events.
Meet AARP Virginia President's Award winner Trudy Marotta
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The new series of virtual offerings called Lynchburg Serves made its debut on March 15, the first of the monthly series hosted by AARP Virginia that will have nine installments focused on the Meals on Wheels program of the Greater Lynchburg area.
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