The Life and Legacy of Ethel Percy Andrus
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Never Too Late celebrates the life story of Ethel Percy Andrus (1884-1967) and the causes she championed. An original play by MT Cozzola will tell her story with its implications for later generations. Ethel Percy Andrus founded both AARP and the National Retired Teachers Association after retiring from a successful career in education. In Chicago she taught at the Lewis Institute (now Illinois Institute of Technology) and she volunteered at Jane Addams’ Hull House.