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Attention AARP Volunteers: Save These Dates

AARP North Dakota’s volunteer recognition and education event will be held Oct. 22-23 at the Ramkota Inn in Bismarck.

We know your calendar fills up fast, so please mark this on your calendar and make plans to attend.

We’ve confirmed Megan Hookey, AARP’s Vice President for Volunteerism and Service, as the keynote speaker. Tammy Gordon, who leads AARP’s social media team, will offer more training to help you navigate social media platforms like Facebook.

The conference will also include information about the 2013 North Dakota Legislature and AARP’s work in communities. And, of course, we’ll take time to celebrate you and other volunteers.

Watch for more information in your mail. Meanwhile, if you have questions or would like to offer suggestions for this fall’s volunteer conference, contact Marlowe Kro at or by telephone at 701-355-3643.
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