Happy Holidays From Your Friends at AARP Maine!

Posted on 11/23/21

As we settle into a season of joy and celebration with family and friends, everyone at AARP Maine is so happy to be surrounded by such amazing volunteers and colleagues. Because of your hard work this past year, we have so much to celebrate and be thankful for.

We wish you and your family all the best this holiday season!
The AARP Maine Team

To all of our members, volunteers, partners and allies, we wish you and your loved ones a meaningful and safe holiday season, and a happy New Year!
Noël Bonam, AARP Maine State Director

To all our members and their families, our wonderful volunteers, our stalwart collaborators and friends near and far, I send warmest wishes for a happy and healthy holiday season!
Jane Margesson, Director of Communications

Wishing everyone and your loved ones a safe and happy holiday season and new year. Thank you to everyone who helped us accomplish all we did in 2021. It is a privilege to be able to work on behalf of older Mainers to make this wonderful state an even better place to call home. Thank you to all Mainers who have helped our communities in the face of COVID-19. Have a Happy Holiday Season, I can’t wait to continue working for Maine in 2022.
Bridget Quinn, Director for Advocacy & Outreach

Wishing all of you a fun-filled December and a healthy and safe New Year 2022. Thank you to all who have helped make Maine more age-inclusive. Special thanks to all of the age-friendly volunteer leaders who have given countless hours to making your communities better places to live. In 2021, among many other things, you have launched new intergenerational programs, advocated for safer streets and accessible pathways, and increased digital equity so that older residents can stay socially connected and meet everyday needs. We are looking forward to working with you to make Maine even more age-friendly in 2022. 
Patricia Oh, Program Manager with the University of Maine Center On Aging

The old expression “We’re all in this together” has certainly taken on vivid new meaning over the past two years. Thank you to our exceptional corps of AARP Maine volunteers and our many organizational partners for working with us on important issues impacting the fifty-plus and their loved ones. Good health to all in 2022.
David Torresen, Senior Operations Manager

This story is provided by AARP Maine. Visit the AARP Maine page for more news, events, and programs affecting retirement, health care, and more.

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