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Welcome to THE Central Ohio Chapter!

The Central Ohio Chapter encompasses the Columbus Metro area
and surrounding suburbs.

 
 

CHAPTER NEWS

July 30, 2019
August Event - Health, The Ultimate Form of Wealth
 
 
 
Date:         Monday, August 19, 2019
Time:        6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Members:  Free                     
Non Members/Guests: $10 prepaid
Registration Deadline:  Sunday, August 18, 2019


Life today keeps our fight or flight stress responses on high alert. This drains our energy and worse, creates openings for chronic disease. Conditioned to believe that the resulting pains and anxiety are a “natural” part of aging, we easily accept them into our daily lives and even joke with friends about them. Centered around a sick model, much of western medicine confirms this belief, prescribing pills that mask symptoms. Unless the side effects surface, the pills may make us feel better, but too few actually heal.
 
At the rate our bodies age, there is ample opportunity to reverse the effects of “natural” aging. This session explores health and wealth through the perspective of emotional and energy intelligence. Chakras, the “energy centers” of our bodies, and easy-to-use techniques are introduced to reduce stress and renew energy. With the promise of no small-print side effects, get ready to experience fewer aches and pains, quality sleep, and self-healing.  
 
Susan Fehl will speak to us about Health, the Ultimate Form of Wealth.  She will challenge your beliefs and resistance.

We Will Learn About
  • New perspectives on health and wealth
  • Seven of the body’s energy centers called “chakras”
  • Easy-to-use techniques for maximizing energy, reducing pain and stress, and improving sleep quality
  • Resources for further exploration after the session
Anyone interested is invited to gather at the Polaris Grill for dinner at 4:30 before the meeting.  
 
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July 30, 2019
August Letter from the Chair: Tenth Anniversary Central Ohio TTN Membership Drive

In recognition of our 10-year anniversary as a chapter this year, it is time to re-create the same energy and enthusiasm that started the chapter.

For those who have been with the chapter for years, you’re comfortable with one another.  You’ve made some great friends and contributed to getting the chapter where it is today.   The chapter needs to continue to grow and evolve as an example to the women we serve.  

Between now and the end of the year, we’re launching a two- pronged membership campaign.  

First, we ask you to find individuals who could enjoy what TTN offers.  

Please to reach out to your contacts and friends, friends of your oldest daughter.  Call a younger colleague at your former place of employment.  Tell them about how TTN has affected your 50 and forward life.

As an incentive, current members will receive a TTN branded gift for each friend or former colleague who joins our chapter.  

If you are still active with a local professional organization for women, or know others who might help secure a few minutes to introduce TTN to their membership, please contact Carol Oswald.  Our chapter and the membership drive would enjoy exposure with these groups.  We are available to attend one of their meetings this fall and share TTN.

Second, we will offer the Women in Transition Workshop on October 12, 2019 with a goal to attract women new to TTN.   

It’s time to attract the next generation of women to the Central Ohio Chapter of TTN—those 50 and forward wondering about their own “what’s next.”

All new members who join and attend the Annual December 2019 Celebration and Reflection, December 16, will have their name entered for a drawing to win a complimentary second year of membership.

Ann Fox, Chair

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July 29, 2019
Special Interest and Transition Peer Groups – August, 2019 and Future Events

SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS

Wellness Group:

(1) Breast Cancer Awareness Events:  Alison Forche, one of our newest members, and her husband Rob, are inviting the community to partake in a variety of special events designed to promote breast cancer awareness, treatment, preventive care, health and wellness.. As an incentive, they will be drawing one name from a pool of entries to win two tickets to see John Mayer at the Schottenstein Center in Columbus on Saturday, August 3rd. You do not need to be a patient to participate in this contest! Go to https://rforthodontics.com/contests/ to read more and enter.

(2) Women's Self Defense Classes - Wellness Event Series:

Westerville Police is sponsoring five free Women's Self Defense Classes. Class locations depend on the date. The March class will be held at the Westerville Community Center on Cleveland Ave. Classes are scheduled for Aug 17th and Oct 19th. You don't have to be a Westerville resident to sign up. The sign-up website is here

For information on the Wellness Group, please contact Roberta Kayne at robertakayne@gmail.com or Maureen Severns at severnsma@aol.com.  And if you would like to plan an event or have an idea for a wellness event, please contact Roberta or Maureen.

Sleuthin’ Genies Genealogy Group:

Contact Karen Linnenkohl for information about the "Sleuthin' Genies" Genealogy Group at klinnenk@aol.com.  

Movie and Theatre Group:

Our next movie night is August 26th, Monday. August movie suggestions are welcome! In August, it might be your choice if you let Mary know, so contact Mary Hiland at mary.hiland@wowway.com.

At least five members are attending Weeks Four, Five, and Six at the Chautauqua, NY Institution from July 13th thought August 2nd.

Once again, ProMusica Chamber Orchestra will present its free, three-concert summer music series on August 8th, 10th, and 11th at 8:00 p.m. at the Franklin Park Conservatory & Botanical Gardens. Many TTN members have attended this event for at least five years or more. Some members pack a picnic dinner and bring a beverage and others take advantage of on-site beverage sales as well as on-site food options. NO outside alcohol is permitted on the park grounds. Catered dinners and reserved tables are also offered for all three concerts and your order can be placed online at https://www.fpconservatory.org/promusica-summer-music-series/ or call Franklin Park Conservatory Catering Manager Lauren Miller at 614.715.8124. Dinners are $40.00 each and consist of an antipasto assortment, roasted vegetables, and dessert. Bottles of Cabernet Sauvignon or Chardonnay at $22.00 each may also be ordered or bottles or individual glasses may be purchased at the venue. Tables are set up according to the number in the party. All catered reservations must be made by August 2nd, Friday.

 TRANSITION PEER GROUPS

Writers Group:

 Our next meeting is on August 16th, Friday. Our group is still capped at ten. 

If we lose members due to attrition, etc., our cap will decrease. At the same time, we encourage other interested TTN members who would like to join or lead another writers group to start a second group. One of our members would be happy to attend a meeting to help you get started.  Please contact Anna Crooks at han.nah@sbcglobal.net. 

Fact Gatherers Group:

This group has reached its limit of 10 members. The next meeting is August 13th, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Contact Mary Greenlee at mbgreenlee@gmail.com.

Welcome New Members!

If you are a new member and would like to introduce yourself through the newsletter, please contact Mary Hiland at Mary.hiland@wowway.com.

 

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