Ken Budd

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Arlington Central Library
1015 N. Quincy St., Arlington, VA 22201
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(703) 228-5990
Ken Budd's The Voluntourist: A Six-Country Tale of Love, Loss, Fatherhood, Fate, and Singing Bon Jovi in Bethlehem recounts his time spent traveling not necessarily for pleasure, but to help people in need. Budd is the executive editor of AARP The Magazine, and this talk is presented in partnership with the Arlington Learning in Retirement Institute.

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