Monthly Program Meetings
Our Herstory series continues with member Georgia Larson speaking on "
These 60's -- Reflections and Realities". The dynamic Ms. Larson is the current site manager at New Mexico Aging and Long Term Services Department's 50+ Employment Connection program.
Georgia is a primary example of using volunteer work to get trained and find employment. She started out as a volunteer with 50+ five years ago, became staff after two years, and was promoted to director last year.
Monday, March 24
Time: 6:15 - 8pm
Unitarian Church, 107 West Barcelona, and
Tuesday, March 25
Time: 1:45 - 3:30pm
Christ Church, 1213 Don Gaspar X Cordova
Santa Fe TTN
on its second birthday as part of the national organization. Santa Fe TTN will celebrate our second birthday on the
afternoon of Sunday, April 6 at the Santa Fe Woman's Club with a public celebration.
Barbara Beizer, the current National TTN Board Director will be here to help us celebrate and offer a transition workshop with Jean Palmer beforehand. Members will be invited to dinner with Barbara as well. Details will follow soon in a separate e-mail.
for being elected to the National TTN board. Jean is the founder of the Santa Fe TTN Chapter and served as coordinator until December 2013. She remains on the chapter Steering Committee as Membership Coordinator.
Santa Fe Community College
for receiving a 2-year $165,200 grant from AARP targeting unemployed and underemployed women age 50+ with retraining, scholarships and job search.
The first information session is Friday, March 7, 10am-12pm in room 570 at the community college. Call 855-850-2525 to register and learn more. www.sfcc.edu/backtowork50plus
|Upcoming Social Group Activities:
Friday, March 7, 5pm
Georgia O'Keeffe and Ansel Adams: The Hawai'i Pictures.
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Thursday, April 10
The Desert Mermaids are heading out for another spa day at Ojo Caliente.
Saturday, April 19
Thursday, May 15
Tour Georgia O'Keeffe's house in Abiquiu
Details of these events are listed in "Santa Fe Chapter The Transition Network" on MeetUp. See the right hand column for more on enrolling in MeetUp. If you have questions about posting an activity, contact Maria Francis at 713-304-0262 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TTN meetings in both public places and private homes are fragrance free and only service dogs are allowed.
TRANSITION PEER GROUP ORIENTATION
Our semi-annual orientation session for members interested in becoming a part of a transition peer group will be offered again in April.
Transition Peer Groups differ from our social peer groups. Peer Groups meet regularly to discuss a pre-selected topic in a safe, confidential setting to encourage members to speak freely and listen with an open mind.
A table with Peer Group information will be at our birthday celebration and in a separate e-mail. For mroe information, contact
Warm up to TTN
at our Coffee Club
Wednesdays at 3pm
Downtown Subscription Coffee House
Kakawa Chocolate House
4:30pm for Happy Hour
Santa Fe Bar and Grill
Non-members may attend once before becoming members.
Santa Fe TTN Social Groups use MeetUp
to schedule and
share event ideas.
To sign up
follow these instructions:
select sign up, using your e-mail address. You must go into your e-mail and verify your registration to finish the registration with MeetUp. Then find and
sign up with our group,
which is called
"SANTA FE CHAPTER THE TRANSITION NETWORK".
If you are already a MeetUp member, sign into MeetUp
as usual and look for our group title listed above.
You must be a current member to be approved
to participate in this communication tool.
If you need help, contact Maria Francis at 713-304-6262 or e-mail