livable communities

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We know that it takes time to build great communities. But, we also believe that tangible improvements can spark long-term change. The AARP Community Challenge launched in 2017 to fund projects that build momentum to improve livability for all. We are excited to announce the program is back in 2021 for its fifth year and is currently accepting applications online through April 14, 5:00 p.m. PT.
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Communities across Washington are working each and every day to become more livable for residents of all ages.
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Kirkland resident, Art Mussman has been selected by AARP, the nonprofit organization for people 50 and older, to receive the 2017 AARP Washington Andrus Award for Community Service -- the Association’s most prestigious and visible state volunteer award for community service.
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AARP Funds Age-Friendly Hackathon to Make Communities More Livable
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The Seattle Department of Transportation and AARP have launched a new public service campaign that highlights safety tips for people driving and walking. The campaign is part of Seattle’s Vision Zero plan to end traffic deaths and serious injuries by 2030.
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Written By Anita Creamer
Transportation Cut Away
Written by Anita Creamer
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