Gov and aarp

First Lady Yolanda Bryan looks on as her husband, Gov. Albert Bryan Jr., and AARP’s State Director for the Virgin Islands Troy de Chabert-Schuster shake on an agreement that would include the U.S. Virgin Islands in the AARP “Network of Age-Friendly Communities” Wednesday at Government House on St. Croix. The AARP Network of Age-Friendly Communities is an affiliate of the World Health Organization’s Global Network of Age-Friendly Cities and Communities, an international effort launched in 2006 to help cities prepare for their own and the world’s growing population of older adults and the parallel trend of urbanization.

Governor Albert Bryan Jr. officially announced his signing of the Virgin Islands into the AARP Network of Age-Friendly Communities Wednesday at Government House on St. Croix.

The AARP Network of Age-Friendly Communities is an affiliate of the World Health Organization’s Global Network of Age-Friendly Cities and Communities, an international effort launched in 2006 to help cities prepare for their own and the world’s growing population of older adults and the parallel trend of urbanization.