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April 22 Connect Now Open House
April 28 Women In Transition
May 16 Health and Wellness Council Presents:What are Advance
Directives and do I need them?”
May 31 Your Life. Your Journey. Your Choice.
June 11 Annual Luncheon
EXCITING PAST EVENTS
EVENT-CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL ISSUES (CSI)
Resilient, Empowered, Survivors, Leaders: These are some of the adjectives TTN/LI members used to describe the five First Ladies with ties to Long Island after we listened to Elizabeth Kahn Kaplan’s presentation on Friday, March 29 at the Heritage Club in Bethpage. The five who are associated with Long Island are: Julia Gardiner Tyler, Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt, Anna Eleanor Roosevelt, Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy and Barbara Pierce Bush.
March 14, 2019
The Women of Washington Square
What did Edith Wharton, Louisa May Alcott, Emma Lazarus, Emily Post and Eleanor Roosevelt have in common? Yes, they are all historic female figures we have heard of. We also can add to the list some less recognizable names: Mabel Dodge, Anne Lynch, and Jane Heap. It turns out all of these women are part of a group comprising “The Immigrant, Radical, Notorious Women of Washington Square.” More than 100 members of the TTN/LI chapter came to Molloy College on March 14 to celebrate Women’s History Month and to hear Joyce Gold describe these women, their accomplishments, and the 2.5 mile area in which they lived during at least a portion of their adult lives—the Washington Square area of Greenwich Village.
February 4, 2019
Contemporary Social Issues (CSI)
CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL ISSUES (CSI)
Run! Hide! Fight! These are the three commandments to be followed if you are in a dangerous, active shooter situation. On Monday, February 4, at the Commack Library, the Contemporary Social Issues Committee organized a timely power point lecture presented by Officer Moira Larmour of the Suffolk County Police department on “How to be Safe in Public Places.Read more...
December 18, 2018
“Eat a Healthy Diet” Workshop
Many questions were asked and answered by our knowledgeable speaker.
The 72 women that attended left the workshop well informed.
December 2, 2018
A Day At The Mosque
CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL ISSUES (CSI)-A Day at the Mosque
June 16, 2018
ANNUAL LUNCHEON—JUNE 12, 2018
May 21, 2018
Hudson Valley Trip
May 9, 2018
Contribution to the American Heart Association
The Transition Network Long Island Chapter
May 3, 2018
Once again TTN/LI volunteers gave their all to support the Prom Boutique at Nassau Community College. The Long Island Volunteer Center sponsors this wonderful event every year and TTN/LI has been a part of it for many years. Girls who are graduating from high school and cannot afford the expense of attending their prom are given the opportunity to be beautifully outfitted at no charge.