Billings Chapter Newsletter 
In This Issue
Welcome Billings Members to our 
TTN Family!
 Thank you for your support!

Check out who's a member by going to the
Remember to:
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2018 Dates
Coming Soon
TTN Meet & Greet

Details where we meet will come the first of each month.
January Program

Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
We have 9 SIGs open for new members!

Wine Group
Book Club
Travel Group
Exercise Group
Spirit Women Group
Hiking Group
Coffee or Tea Group
Volunteer Group
Exercise  Group

For more information contact:

Evey Lamont 
Billings Chapter 
Steering Committee
Need information?
  Have Questions????  
Your Steering Committee is here for you.

Evelyn Noennig

Marketing & Communications 
Marti Miller

Pat Pitsch

Cara Schaer

Special Interest Groups
Evey LaMont
Kim Bar

Web & Facebook Administrator
Linda Wham
Stay Connected!
Quick Links

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*TTN Resource Center 


*Contact Us

Books on Transition
Check out TTN's Transition Resource Center for a list of recommended books on Transition!   
Chapter Events
Look at our up-to-date Events Calendar
 to see what's coming up.

Register quickly to reserve your spot.  

December 2017
"Cheers" to a great year!

All of us on the Steering Committee would like to thank you, our members, for joining TTN.  Through your support, we have 18+ Special Interest Groups, 3 Peer Groups and 90 members!  We are looking forward to 2018 and getting to know you all better by connecting at upcoming programs, meet & greets and our connections group.  

If you ever have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact any of us.  We are here for you!  

Watch for the 2018 schedule in our January Newsletter and mark your calendars for another fun filled year!  

Join us for the Holiday Potluck on December 7th!

Happy Holidays and wishing you all a healthy 2018!  

Your Steering Committee: Evelyn Noennig, Cara Schaer, Marti Miller, Evey LaMont, Kim Bar, Lynn Langliers, Linda Wham, Pat Pitsch, Alice Jallico
Let's Go! Let's Grow! Will Run Through December 2017!
Any member who recruits a friend will get a special "Thank You" gift, a TTN cosmetic bag.  

So far 8 members have received  gifts.  
Jennifer Anklan, Grace Blair,
Rayanne Schuler, Vicki Nelson, Kim Bar, Lynn Langeliers, 
Linda Carlson, Diane Reichenberg

Please bring a friend!

Janet Dietrich

For Presenting "Mindfulness: What it is and Why it Matters " 
At our October Program
TTN Billings Chapter Wish List
Our chapter is growing and we find the need to invest in a computer.   The Billings Public Library has changed it's policy and we can no longer borrow a laptop to use to present our programs.  
The investment of a laptop will allow us to assist signing up members at events and keep all our information in one place and be available for our guest speakers.  

We are asking for your help in 
December and January

Our outreach will go to our TTN Chapter to help pay for the computer.

If you would like to help please bring a donation to our Holiday Party or to the January Program.

If you are unable to attend you can make a donation by sending a check to:

  Billings Chapter TTN 
PO Box
Billings, MT

Thank you for your consideration

TTN Members Only Holiday Potluck
December 7th 6:00 - 9:00
McCormick Cafe
Register now...there is still time!

Join us for a evening of connecting with members!  

No Host Bar

Bring your favorite holiday dish

TTN will provide ham

Plan to attend December 7th

The Tamayan Resort in Albuquerque after a hike along the Rio Grande.  Note: TTN on the bench...we were there!

Suitcase Sisters  - Judy Olson, Vicki Nelson,  Diane Reichenberg, Kris Easton, Pam Havig (taking picture)

Spirit Women enjoying an evening of "spirits and conversation 

Billings TTN Special Interest Groups 
TTN Members are the heart  and soul of our Special Interest Groups. 
 9  groups Open to new members!

Evey LaMont is our coordinator of the Billings TTN Special Interest Groups (SIGs):  groups of women who share a special interest. 

If you'd like to start a TTN Special Interest Group or become a member of one already started, begin the process by contacting  Evey LaMont at:  
or call: 245-3539.  

Descriptions of the current groups are on our website!  Special Interest Group

Open to new members: Book Club, Exercise Group - Focusing on Yoga, Wine Group, Travel Group, Spirit Women - focusing on trying new cocktails/beer, Travel Group, Movie Group, Hiking Group, Coffee/Tea Group, and Volunteer Group.  Opportunities abound...don't see something you like start a new group!
If you would like to be put on the list to get organizational information or start a group please contact Evey. 

Please contact Evey at:

Special Interest Group Updates:
The Coffee Group is now meeting at 9 am on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at Harper and Madison, enjoying coffee and tea, great pastries, and wonderful conversations! 
We invite all TTN members to join us when they can.

Looking to connect with like minded women...   
A Peer Group may be the answer.

Alice Jagallio is our Peer Group Coordinator.  

A monthly Monday & Saturday group are open for additional members.

If you are interested in more information about joining a group contact Alice:

We are excited to have launched 3 TTN Peer groups!  Peer Groups are one of TTN's Signature Programs.  They are small groups of members that gather in a comfortable and trusting environment on a monthly bases to discuss:
  • What is important to them at this stage of life
  • Share ways to live with vitality and wisdom
  • Provide support to each other
The difference between Special Interest Groups and Peer Groups: SIG's are member-generated around topics or activities and anyone can start one. 

Peer Group are facilitated groups composed of 8-12 TTN members.  A safe and supportive environment provides members a place for thought-provoking and stimulating conversations relating to transition to help members reflect on their lives - past, present and future.
Community Outreach
Outreach Makes A  

TTN women want to stay involved. They are using their skills to positively impact their own communities on a variety of levels. And they are changing the way organizations think of volunteers.  No longer satisfied to just stuff envelopes, our members are directing resources, raising money and finding gratification in "giving back." 

One way we can "give back" is by making donations to local non-profits.  In conjunction with our quarterly program we will highlight one organization which donations will be taken to. We will provide a list of items that the organization is in need of and ask that you consider a gift when joining us at the program.
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