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ATLANTA special interest groups

Special Interest Groups (SIGs)

Special Interest Groups (SIGs) bring together members who share common interests, activities or goals. SIGs are member-driven:  members initiate them, decide how they should be run, and provide leadership and organization.  We continue to have some great Special Interest Groups (SIGs) activities as part of the Atlanta TTN experience.  If you are interested in a SIG, please let us know so you can be added to the SIGs distribution list to get communications on upcoming meetings.  It's so exciting to see all this new activity with Atlanta TTN.  Share with a friend and let them experience the power of TTN!

Special Interest Groups are a TTN member benefit.  You must be a member in good standing to participate in SIGs.

Contact us as to learn more about the following SIGs in our chapter, or get in touch with the contacts in the individual SIG's below:

Book Club

Our February book is Ann Tyler's The Redhead by the Side of the Road, meeting day is February 12th at 12:30 PM. It is an enjoyable way to spend an afternoon. Consider becoming a part of this group. Marianna Murphy is the contact if you are interested.

Meet & Eat SIG

There will be a pause of this SIG until it is safe to go to restaurants again.  We do hope you are having enjoyable meals with your family.  It is great to get with other members to share, converse and eat!!!  At some point this year we anticipate being together.  Will keep you posted.  



Mahjongg SIG

Bring your good cheer, news, book and streaming recommendations and any other tidbits to share. We will meet via zoom on February 3rd at 4:00 PM. A meeting link will be sent to you.


Movie SIG
No meeting in February.


Working Women SIG
Tuesday, February 9, 2021, 7:00 to 8:30 PM, Via Zoom
Join us as we explore transitions associated with our professional lives. This is an open group... we welcome new attendees. Previous topics included:
  • What are your stretch goals, personal or professional?
  •  The challenge of managing the limited resources of time and energy is lifelong. How do you manage your time and your energy? 
  •  How is your experience and approach to work now the same or different from earlier in life? As we consider the transitions we will face in the future, let’s look at the changes we have already experienced in our work life.  
Ann Vitale, is the contact if more information is needed.

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