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L - R) Charlie Troxel, Amy Struthers and Ramona Meester follow Aging Partners community health educator Tracie Foreman in Quigong exercises as…

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SACRAMENTO, Calif., June 3, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The California Department of Aging (CDA) announced that California has become the eighth state in the nation to be accepted into the AARP Network of Age-Friendly States and Communities, a commitment to make California more livable for people of all ages and abilities. This achievement is a result of the Governor's 2019 directive to convene a cabinet-level Work Group for Aging, as well as the Master Plan for Aging (Executive Order N-14-19). Released earlier this year, the Master Plan for Aging outlines five bold goals and twenty-three strategies to build a California for All Ages by 2030.  AB 1118 (Blanca Rubio, Chapter 820, Statutes of 2019) directed the Secretary of California's Health and Human Services Agency to consider applying on behalf of the state to join the age-friendly network as part of the Master Plan for Aging.  

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LOS ANGELES, May 26, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- After a three-decade movie career that has taken him from a young heart throb to one of the world's most respected actors, Matthew McConaughey is increasingly shaping and telling his own story. And he is proving to be a master storyteller of great depth and dimension. In an exclusive interview with AARP The Magazine for the June/July 2021 issue, the 51-year-old Academy Award®–winning actor candidly reflects on the diverse array of characters that he has played, his important role as a father, stepping down from his position as the "King of Rom-Coms" and more. McConaughey also opens up about the challenges of writing his 2020 memoir, "Greenlights," a New York Times Bestseller.