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Salmon, ID

AARP Community Challenge Grant Year: 2024

Project Category: Park enhancements

Description: The city will improve safety and accessibility by resurfacing worn-out pickleball courts with new concrete or asphalt. The courts are particularly popular with older adults residents.

Yankton, SD

AARP Community Challenge Grant Year: 2020

Project Category: Park enhancements

Description: To invite young children and their caregivers to explore Westside Park, the City of Yankton Department of Parks and Recreation created its Born Learning Trail. The City installed a concrete trail in the park and installed signs in English and Spanish along the path. Each sign features activities meant to build language and thinking skills fundamental to child development. To give families a place to rest, project organizers installed picnic tables and benches. The City also commissioned seven local artists to decorate the trail's pavement with artwork related to the activities.

Chiloquin, OR

AARP Community Challenge Grant Year: 2023

Project Category: Park enhancements

Description: The project will transform a gravel lot into a park with accessible features, including non-slip concrete surfaces and ADA-compliant seating areas, to allow older adults to relax and socialize.

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Lovettsville, VA

AARP Community Challenge Grant Year: 2024

Project Category: Bikeability

Description: The town will install bike racks in front of Lovettsville's town hall, enabling residents to more easily access community events, social activities and local businesses.

Germantown, MD

AARP Community Challenge Grant Year: 2024

Project Category: Community Gardens

Description: This project will support a community garden's operations with workshops on harvesting produce and winterization, as well as community events to tend the space. The garden provides an accessible space for residents to grow fresh fruits and vegetables and address local food insecurity.

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