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
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2019 Dates
Mark Your Calendar
TTN Meet & Greet

 February 14th 
Levity @ 5:30

March 18th
TEN  @ 5:30

May 11th
following Women's Run 
@ 11:30

July 10th
Doc Harper's
@ 5:30

August 29th 
home of Marti Miller @ 5:30

 September 25th
Carter's @ 5:30

November 21st
The Commons @ 5:30

Open Special Interest Groups (SIGs)

Trekkers (walkers)
Between the Covers
 (Book Club)
Ladies Who Lunch
One and Done
(Volunteer Group)
Craft Beer
Movie Roulette

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/Peer Group Coordinator
Marti Miller

Pat Pitsch
Tori LaRae

Cara Schaer
Special Interest Groups
Evey LaMont
Kim Bar

Web & Facebook Administrator
Linda Wham

Newsletter Coordinator 
June Luptak
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Books on Transition
Check out TTN's Transition Resource Center for a list of recommended books on Transition!   
Chapter Events
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Events Calendar to see what's coming up.

Register quickly to reserve your spot.  

February 2019
Happy New Year 
From Our TTN Members! 

Thank you for your continued support and making the Billings Chapter of TTN vibrant.

Make sure to mark your calendar with upcoming program dates and Meet and Greet dates located on the side of the news letter. 

I am looking forward to connecting with you all in 2019!

Please "like" us  and "follow" us on Facebook to keep up with this active group of women!

Evelyn Noennig
TTN Billings Chapter Chair                                   
January Program Recap
Finding your Bones - Finding your Resiliency

Thank you Ann and Jen...such a wonderful program

On January 29, 34 fortunate women heard Ann Clancy and Jen Freeman present "Finding your Bones - Finding your Resiliency".   They used 'bones' metaphorically as our tools for positive change that help us each find our resiliency.   This involves using our own inner sense of rightness as our compass - shifting from external to internal yardsticks in decision making and unfolding toward our true nature (not one of 'wearing other people's faces" - Poet May Sarton).  

Finding our own inner rightness involves exploration of our beliefs, the filters we utilize as we interpret life.  Our deepest ones are unconscious.  As we explore, changes are likely.  Those changes lead to deep shifts as our beliefs determine how we engage in life.

When life is seen as a journey of discovery, then we learn to deal more gracefully with the setbacks, the mistakes, and the roadblocks in our life.   Obstacles are seen as life's way to teach us about ourselves and about the world.   We embrace the possibility that we played a part in creating the problem, and inquire what we can learn to grow from it.  

Growth can be transformational, can be anticipated, but fundamentally cannot be planned. What we are curious about forms the foundation for how we take action in creating our future.

This quote summarizes a great deal of the theme of the program.   Look to ourselves, find our strengths, be curious and be a learner, avoid being a judger because:  
We don't see things as they are, we see them as we are.
- Anais Nin
Meet & Greet Thursday, February 14th
wine-glasses-heart.jpg                      Don't have a date for Valentines Day....
                    Come meet other TTN members 
and guests 
    for a great evening of connecting!

    Thursday, February 14th 
                               Levity - 1027 Shiloh Crossing Blvd, Suite 8

Here is your opportunity to learn more about TTN and meet other fabulous women working through transition!

Please register to help us know how many will attend.

Bring a friend.

New Members: Get to know TTN

Online WELCOME Orientation for New Members

Online WELCOME Orientation for New Members

Friday, February 15, 2019

12:00 - 1:00 PM Eastern Time
Location: Online Webinar
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Members: FREE, Guest: $5

Welcome to TTN!  Now that you've made the brilliant decision to join us, you'll want to know more about TTN and gain some valuable tips on how to make the most of your membership.

~ Posted by TTN's National Office
TTN Billings
Peer Groups

Peer Groups 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.

Billings TTN now has 5 active groups.  

If you are interested in becoming part of a group or have questions, contact Marti Miller at
Billings TTN Special Interest Groups 
TTN Members are the heart 
and soul of our Special Interest Groups. 

Open Groups and New Groups Forming!

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! 

Open Groups

Trekkers (walkers)
Between the Covers
 (Book Club)
Ladies Who Lunch
Coffee or Tea Ladies
One and Done
(Volunteer Group)
Craft Beer
Movie Roulette (everyone notified each meeting)

For more information contact:
Evey LaMont 
Moments from the TTN Holiday Party

2018 Holiday Party 40+ Members Enjoyed a special evening!  
Thank you Cara Schaer for hosting us at the McCormick Cafe!



All enjoyed wonderful appetizers and desserts
provided by our members!

Special Interest Group (SIG) members having a GREAT time!!!!

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.