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The annual Andrus Award for Community Service is AARP’s most prestigious and visible volunteer award. It recognizes individuals who are sharing their experience, talent and skills to enrich their communities in ways that are consistent with AARP’s purpose, vision, and commitment to volunteer service, and that inspire others to volunteer.
Stella Montano, a long-time AARP volunteer and community leader has been selected as the next State President of AARP Wyoming.
Stella and Clarence Montano are honored for their work as the state's top community action team leaders in Wyoming.
Cheyenne’s Charlie Simineo was named the 2022 Eddie Wadda Community Service Award winner for 2022 by AARP Wyoming this week. Simineo will be honored at AARP Wyoming’s Volunteer Summit in Casper on Oct. 14 for his service.
Laramie resident Bernadette Horst has won the state's highest honor for a volunteer over the age of 50.
Volunteers from Sheridan, Laramie, and Cheyenne Make the Cut as finalists for AARP Wyoming's Top Volunteer Award
Paul Novak of Torrington, Wyo. is named the state's top volunteer over the age of 50 for his work with senior services in Goshen County.
AARP Wyoming has named three finalists for the AARP Wyoming Andrus Award and it needs the public’s help in naming a winner for the state’s premiere award for volunteers age 50 and over.
AARP Wyoming seeks nominations for The Ethel Percy Andrus Award, the state’s premier award for volunteers age 50 and over in the State.
There are several excuses Don Cushman of Thayne could use to avoid volunteering with Habitat for Humanity - he is nearly 60 miles away from a build site, he is 77 years old, and his knee doesn’t work quite like it used to.
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