News & Happenings

March Newsletter is Available

This month’s newsletter is full of important information. Announcement of AHA’s upcoming member survey, remembering three of our members who passed away, What’s Up with our members, what to do with expired drugs, and other interesting articles. [read full article]

Tuesday, February 15 is National Village Day – Celebrating 20 years!

Though At Home in Alexandria does not have the word “village” in its name, we are considered a village organization—one of over 280 local nonprofit villages across the country serving older neighbors in their respective communities. [read full article]

StrongerMemory™ Info Session – February 23

In the last few newsletters, we have mentioned the StrongerMemory™ program that AHA will begin offering in March. On Wednesday, Feb. 23 from 2 to 3 p.m., AHA will offer a StrongerMemory™ information session. Any AHA member interested in the program is encouraged to register and attend this virtual session so you can make an informed decision about participating in the 12-week program, [read full article]

February Newsletter is Available

February’s calendar includes AHA’s Social, Racial and Equity Group book discussion of “African Americans of Alexandria, Virginia, Beacons of Light in the Twentieth Century” which reports the experiences of 67 Black residents of the city whose stories are important to an understanding of the city’s history. [read full article]

January 2022 Newsletter Announces Changes to AHA Board

AHA starts the New Year with a New Board Chair and three other new AHA Board members. Read about who these new members are along with Notes from the AHA Director sharing info about results from the year-end campaign, [read full article]