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  1. Write Your Congressperson! The Power of the Pen is Back!

    Write your congressperson! The power of the pen is back! Did you know that our elected officials value email a little, phone calls more and a hand-written note most of all? That’s because writing a personalized note … Continue

  2. Senior Expo Freeport 2016 Speaker’s Gallery

    Senior expo Freeport 2016 speaker’s gallery includes five speakers. All talks are free. Here is the  speaker’s gallery for the Southern Maine Senior Expo scheduled for Tuesday, October 11. The expo will open at 9 a.m. and run … Continue

  3. Is Long Term Care Insurance a Good Investment?

    Should You Consider Investing in Long Term Care Insurance? A Q&A with Barry Kohler, SVP and Director of Trust and Wealth Management at Androscoggin Trust and Wealth Management Q: What’s the simple definition of long term care … Continue

  4. Magna named Winner of Andrus Award for Community Service

    AARP Maine has announced that retired educator and Portland resident, Nelson Megna, is the winner of the 2013 Andrus Award named in honor of AARP’s founder Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus. The Andrus Award celebrates and honors individuals … Continue

  5. Your Life Reimagined: So Many Possibilities!

    Life reimagined. When was the last time you took a moment to evaluate what is truly important to you? If you could change anything, what would it be? Perhaps you want to investigate something completely different; a … Continue

  6. Brain Health: Keeping Your Brain Healthy & Sharp

    Maintaining the health of your brain as you age is just as important as staying physically fit. In fact, many studies show that brain fitness can play an important role in warding off dementia. According to the … Continue

  7. AARP News You Can Use: PRIDE for All Generations

    AARP’s founder, Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus, was a woman of great spirit and fortitude, who felt that every person has value and an important role to play in their community. She believed that people’s older years should … Continue