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AARP Volunteers were awarded for their exemplary efforts at the 2017 All Volunteer Assembly (AVA). Devoted to honoring AARP Virginia’s most dedicated volunteers, this year’s AVA highlighted individuals committed to community service and helping everyone age with dignity and purpose.
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Virginia Volunteers Honored for Community Service
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Virginia Volunteers Honored for Community Service
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Virginia Volunteers Honored for Community Service
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AARP Virginia has presented Carol Downs of Alexandria with the revered Gordon Morton Award for Volunteer Service.
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STAUNTON _ AARP Virginia has selected Neil P. Walsh to receive the 2014 AARP Virginia Andrus Award for Community Service -- the association’s most prestigious and visible state volunteer award for community service. The organization honored several individuals, organizations and AARP chapters for volunteer work at its annual awards ceremony on Nov. 12.
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The Commonwealth Council on Aging is sponsoring the 2013 Best Practices Award Program funded by Dominion Power targeted to organizations serving older Virginians and their families. As we struggle to meet the challenges of serving a rapidly aging population during a time of budget cuts and growing demand, we need to share our best practices and applaud our successes. Instructions, nomination forms, and information on previous Best Practices Award Winners are on the Commonwealth Council on Aging’s website www.vda.virgina.gov/council.asp.  Nominations for the 2013 Awards must be received by March 1, 2013.
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