Here Come the Holidays!
Lots to keep you busy and engaged as the weather turns colder; check out our December newsletter!
November 2020 Newsletter
Fall is in full swing!
Fall’s Here – and the Election’s Coming!
Election information, Age-Friendly Alexandria, and new staff – it’s all here! Click here:
Check out the September Newsletter
The loss of two stalwarts of AHA – Dr. Judith Jones and Maggie Moose – is the featured article in the September AHA newsletter. We grieve the loss of these two wonderful women who were so instrumental in the creation of AHA. The September calendar offers a new array of offerings that will inform and entertain. Election and voting information, COVID in Alexandria, an update on RMD’s and and member news is also included. Take a look!
August News is HOT
The AHA Newsletter brings you the news hot off the presses here and includes lots of updates on member activities, a staff position opening, highlights from the July calendar of events, a look to August programs, and much more.
Hot Off the Press – July News
The AHA July Newsletter is available here and includes the highlights of the past month, a look ahead to our July programming, and an introduction to a new AHA partner, Vitality Society. We’re continuing our social and educational programming online using Zoom and are introducing some new offerings this month including Reader’s Theatre Group, Trivia Happy Hour, and we’re opening a discussion about race and inequality in America. We also salute our AHA volunteers who are continuing to assist our members as we slowly return to the “new normal.”
June News for You
The June AHA Newsletter is here and features an update on AHA in the age of COVID-19 and how we are all coping. Learn about SMART911, check out the Zoom calendar for June (it’s Arts Month), and get an update on how individual members are dealing with the lockdown. Check it out!
Weekly Updates for May
AHA is providing our members and volunteers with weekly email updates to keep everyone up-to-date on services available to keep everyone as safe as possible while this health crisis is a threat. The May updates can be found linked in this post. We also provide lots of ideas for keeping busy and making the most of the time spent at home. If you have any ideas you’d like us to share with others, please contact the AHA office. Thank you!
May AHA Newsletter is Here
All the news you need to continue to stay safe at home can be found in the May AHA newsletter here. We recap the work AHA volunteers are doing to help our members during this health emergency, how are members are helping volunteers, the wonderful results from the Spring2ACTion campaign and much more.