Program and Events

MAFE meets at Noon on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday each month at McCormick’s at 2419 Montana Avenue and lunch is $11.50 ($12.05 if paying by PayPal). If you would like to explore our organization and attend one of our meetings please email: mafe.rsvp@gmail.com or call Sandy Vancleeve @ 671-5055 by noon the Tuesday before the Wednesday meeting.

Upcoming MAFE Events

  • February 28, 2018
    12:00 noon - McCormick's Cafe Conference Center - 2419 Montana Ave. - $11.50 ($12.15 if using PayPal)

    Lisa will be giving us an overview of her 12 years with the DBA as well as discussing their involvement in the growth and development of downtown Billings.  She will also talk about her new position as the Minister of Healing and Community Transformation at First Congregational Church, the oldest church in downtown Billings, where she will be working with the transient population, people with addiction problems, and coming up with ways for the congregation to play a role in engaging in the community around the church. 

  • March 14, 2018
    12:00 noon - McCormick's Cafe Conference Center - 2419 Montana Ave. - $11.50 ($12.15 if using PayPal)

    We will be spotlighting 3 of our very own MAFE members in order to get to know their journeys, passions, and lives a bit better.  (details on which members will be highlighted to come).

  • March 16, 2018
    5:30PM - Penny's house - 1045 Beringer Way (cost $5/person)

    Wear your green and come have some Irish fun!  Dinner will be provided, including corned beef and cabbage, Dubliner cheese and crackers, shamrock cookies, and other surprises!  A non-alcoholic punch will be provided, but if you want alcohol, bring what you want to drink.  Cost is $5/person, and all are welcome!

  • March 28, 2018
    12:00 noon - McCormick's Cafe Conference Center - 2419 Montana Ave. - $11.50 ($12.15 if using PayPal)

    Chris Mackey and Amity Malberg will be coming to provide an overview of the Attendance Mentoring Program through United Way. With a goal of 95% graduation rate in Yellowstone County in 2025, Chris and Amity are charged with raising awareness of the program and finding volunteers to support this mentoring initiative.