#MeTooMontana ConverZations dives into discussion of sexual assault and rape in our society. Part1 led by an expert panel discussion. Part2 was an extension of our previous SipNSavor event with catering by women chef and winemakers and roundtable discussions relating to the #MeTooMontana movement.
2017 Status of Women
Zonta Club of Billings honored 5 Passages staff members who worked closely with Zonta members to create and support their new Mentoring Project. Staff recognized at the Status of Women luncheon were: Jan Begger, Mindy Brookshire, Lacey Stovall, Diane Fisher and Kristin Rude.
The purpose of the award is to honor a group or individual in our community who have committed themselves to furthering the advancement of women through education, economic equality, legal and legislative representation and health and wellness.
No More Empty Shoes Art Show
During the month of October, the Zonta Club of Billings, in partnership with Angela’s Piazza and local artists, organize art classes for victims of violence, giving the women a creative outlet to alleviate stress and anxiety. The art is shown to the public, along with information regarding violence against women, in a display entitled, “No More Empty Shoes.”