Billings Chapter Newsletter
August 2019
New Date of Saturday, August 10

Trunk Sale for Fun and Fund Raising for Billings TTN
TTN Trunk Sale

Saturday, August 10
Time: 8:00 am - Noon
Location: First Presbyterian Church Parking Lot
2420 13th Street West 
(Corner of Poly Drive and 13th Street West)
Items will be sold from the trunks/tailgates of our members' vehicles - similar to a garage sale, but more fun!
  • Members will have their items priced  
  • Cash will be appreciated 
  • No credit cards or cash cards accepted 
  • It is up to each seller whether or not they'll take checks

Look for the Colorful signs      
All proceeds will be donated to our TTN Billings Chapter

Mark your calendar now and PLEASE join us!
Connection Cure Workshop
Tuesday, August 27, 2019 5:30-7:30
MSU Billings, College of Business, Room 355
Connection Cure Workshop

Presented by Lisa Daron Grossman,
Certified Professional Coach and positive psychology practitioner certified in Mind-Body Medicine currently training in Compassion Cultivation through the Center for Compassion and Altruism at Stanford University. 

Lisa is traveling the country hosting workshops that aim to ignite the spirit, create conversation, and de-stigmatize loneliness in an increasingly disconnected society.

The Connection Cure workshop is an invitation to put down the phone, turn off devices and step back into humanity, alive, awake and connected. We are all wired to connect, and it’s proven to heal not only our souls, but our cells. 
Visit her website at: to view workshop details and testimonials. 

Registration Deadline: Sunday, August 25, 2019
Members: $20, Guest: $30
Housing Options - October 29 Quarterly Program
Mark Your Calendar
There are lots of housing options available. How do we select what is right for each of us at different points in our lives?

This discussion will be led by David Trost of St. John's United (formerly St. John's Lutheran Ministries) and will be complete with wine and cheese.

Mark your calendar and details will follow.
Outreach will be the Special K Ranch - A Place to Call Home

Special K Ranch provides family-oriented Christian homes on a working ranch for adults who have developmental disabilities. Although unaffiliated, the program has a strong Christian emphasis in philosophy and practice. The ranch serves both men and women, ages 18 and older. The program is designed to serve people who may need to live within a supportive community for the entirety of their lives.
Next Meet & Greet Thursday, August 29
Come meet other TTN members and guests for a great evening of connecting!
Thursday, August 29
Time: 5:30
Location: Home of Marti Miller

Meet & Greet events are a terrific opportunity to learn more about TTN and meet other fabulous women working through transition!

Please register to help us know how many will attend and so we can send directions to her home.

Bring a friend!
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, begin the process by contacting Evey LaMont at:  or call: 245-3539

If you are interested in joining one of the established groups, simply contact the respective lead.  Descriptions of the current groups and the lead contacts are on our website! 
Billings SIGS : Open Groups

Trekkers (walkers)
Between the Covers
 (Book Club)
Ladies Who Lunch
Coffee or Tea Ladies
One and Done
(Volunteer Group)
Fly Fishing
Wandering Women (travel)
Growler Girls (craft beer tasting)
Movie Roulette (everyone notified each meeting)
Photo Gallery
July 10th Meet and Greet
The July 10th Meet & Greet was held at Doc Harper's Tavern. About 15 members and guests gathered for a beverage and the opportunity to get further acquainted. Their special martinis were delightful!!
Rainy Trunk Sale
The One-and- Done Volunteer Group organized a 'Trunk Sale' as a fundraiser for our TTN chapter. We had 10 members show up with 'trunks' of items to sell on what turned out to be a rainy, chilly day - make that constant rain !! We were innovative (of course) with tarps and such. We covered our advertising costs and a donation to the location but optimism is high for more profits at the rescheduled event on August 10.
Community Outreach
Outreach Makes A  Difference

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 each quarterly programs we highlight a worthy organization in need of donations. We ask that you consider a gift when joining us at the program.