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Pamela W. Dixon of Laurelton was recently appointed by the AARP New York State Office as the Legislative District Coordinator for Senatorial District 14. As a Legislative District Coordinator, Dixon will be instrumental in communicating and promoting AARP’s legislative priorities to local legislators.
“AARP has long-valued the spirit of volunteerism and the important contributions AARP volunteers make to their communities and neighborhoods,” said Lois Aronstein, AARP New York State Director. “Pamela’s appointment recognizes her efforts and dedication to enhancing the lives of older New Yorkers.”
“Volunteerism is a great way to connect and make a difference in the community,” said Dixon. “I am looking forward to giving back to my community and engaging our elected officials on AARP’s mission.”
Dixon, a former elementary school principal, brings 40 years of experience working for the Department of Education to her current role.
As millions of people give back to their communities in various ways, Dixon will assist in recruiting, interviewing and orienting advocacy team members on the issues that matter most to older New Yorkers. For more information about AARP volunteer opportunities visit www.aarp.org/ny.

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