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Northern Virginia Long-Term Care Opportunity
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Be part of an essential conversation to address systemic change for the most vulnerable within our congregations and communities. Join us Saturday, June 30, 2018 from 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. at My Father’s House Christian Church International, located on 4746 Eisenhower Avenue, Alexandria, VA 22304.
AARP is more than just a non-profit organization that promotes advocacy. AARP volunteers actively participate in community events to help others better enhance core attributions such as health care, employment, retirement planning, and even personal goals and concerns.
December 13, 2017 — AARP arranged a dinner for members and guests at the FireFlies restaurant in Del Ray, a quaint historic neighborhood in greater Alexandria.  The dinner was a chance for AARP members to catch-up with each other on the busy season and introduce guests to AARP Northern Virginia volunteering opportunities.  Bernice Countenay coordinated this event for 28 people, and was assisted by Nancy Crespo, Effie Upshaw, Gaile Harrell, and Reed Eldridge.  This was the 5 th dinner evening offered in 2017 by AARP at FireFlies and is a companion to the dinner evenings also being held at Mylo’s restaurant in McLean, Virginia.  These community events give the public a chance learn how AARP is making a difference in northern Virginia.
Select AARP members and a guest are invited to a free pre-release screening of  Victoria and Abdul, starring Judi Dench and Ali Fazal.
Join AARP Virginia for a free screening of Landline starring Jenny Slate and Edie Falco.
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In 2015, approximately $15 billion was stolen from 13.1 million American consumers who were victims of fraud. The 50+ community is often the target of fraudsters, while only makes up 34% of the population, senior citizens make up 55% of reported fraud victims. The AARP Fraud Watch Network is proud to put the spotlight on common scams and show you how to protect yourself from becoming a victim, and we’re continuing that commitment throughout the month of April. Check out our upcoming fraud prevention events below.
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