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resume Marketing Creative Director Billings Gazette Communications Billings, Montana July 2007 – Present Concept and develop story ideas for Billings’ city magazine, Magic City. Work with editors on story development. Concept and design visual presentation of articles. Write headlines for stories and captions. Work with photo editor on photo assignments and creative direction of photography. Responsible for flow and continuity of advertising and editorial content. Redesign magazines and developed look and personality of start-up publications. Oversee design of business publication. Develop promotional advertising for newspaper, Billings Gazette. Television concepts for marketing promotions. Senior Graphic Designer Advertising Design Group Billings, Montana January 2005 – July 2007 Art directed, designed and produced advertising for local,regional and national businesses, that included retail, manufacturing, real estate, restaurant, communications and financial companies. Clients assigned; Western Security Bank, Nemont Telephone, Bluegreen International, Pierce flooring and RV. Projects included print, web and television.

UCLA Extension Graphic Design 1987 – 1989

Senior VP, Sr.Art Director Heil-Brice Retail Advertising Newport Beach, California Marketing and Advertising industry October 1991 – May 2000 Hired as art director for small, 10 person agency. Initiated and developed work processes and systems for print design capabilties. Self started as one man department in charge of print design, production that included buying print and hiring freelancers. The department eventually grew to 5 person creative team that I hired and managed.Print creative was for a diversified client list ranging from retail, financial and entertainment. The agency grew to 35 person shop. Developed and created print advertising for multi-million dollar accounts. Projects included in-store signage, print collateral, logo design. Helped grow billings to $60 million over 6 year period through print. Helped on concept and art direction of television commercials. Presentation of print creative in new client pitches.

Classes in: Macintosh Computer; Advance Color; Entertainment Design Los Angeles Trade Technical College Awarded diploma 1984 – 1986 Completed two year commercial art program that emphasized design, illustration and graphic art production.

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Design Director Plaza Communications Newport Beach, California June 1986 – October 1991 Responsible for visual presentation of national publications. Worked with editors on redesign of trade and consumer publications. Assigned and art directed photography and illustration. Managed art department and promotional advertising graphic designer. Through redesign and design of publication, advertising revenue increased annually.

Completed extension classes for on-going field training

MAGIC • BILLINGS’ CITY MAGAZINE SINCE 2003

Owner Tambo Marketing Communications Marketing and Advertising industry Wapiti, Wyoming October 2000 – January 2005 (4 years 4 months) Freelance advertising/marketing. Clients: Heil Brice Advertising, Sheridan Area Development Association, Cody

Youth Baseball, Trader Boys Office Supplies. Developed marketing strategies,graphic design and concepts for televison. Projects included print advertising, branding and logo development.

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A community celebration for the  Big Sky All-Stars is planned for Saturday. A citywide parade will weave through downtown streets and end at Dehler Park with a 6 p.m., celebration that will include team introductions, honors and a fundraising barbecue. Big Sky Little League President Tim Leuthold and other league officials as well as representatives with the Billings Chamber/Convention and Visitors Bureau, Downtown Billings Association, Billings Gazette Communications, KTVQ-2 Television and the City of Billings are helping plan the event.

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MAGIC • BILLINGS’ CITY MAGAZINE SINCE 2003 SEASONAL EPICUREAN EXPERIENCE • DEFINITIVE MONTANA SKI GUIDE • INSPIRING PEOPLE

A Seasonal Epicurean Experience 3 Local Chefs Share

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cool design

sweet spot. Cocktail culture comes alive in this state-of-the-art home entertainment center Photography by David Grubbs

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The owners of this Billings home have created a Mecca for fun and entertainment in their lower living area. This at-home lounge features a fully-stocked bar and beer tap, refrigerator, sink and dishwasher. Guests can shoot pool, play foosball, pick out their favorite tunes on an antique jukebox or blast their way to victory on the Konami video game. Just want to relax? Sink into an overstuffed armchair and catch a movie on the wide screen in the surround-sound equipped theater room. Take a peek, then use your imagination to design your own place for serious fun.

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1. Quartz 2. Margaritaville counter margarita tops by maker Nottingham

3. Italian porcelain tiles

4. Samsung 42� plasma TV

5. Under-the-counter wine chiller that houses up to 50 bottles of wine

6. Built-in beer taps by Kenmore

7. Under-the-counter refrigerator by True

8. Mirrored liquor shelf

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saguaros, sunsets, scottsdale. three stunning reasons to make phoenix, arizona your winter wonderland.

PARADISE

ON FIRE by karen kinser

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magine soaking up the sun and gentle breezes of the Sonoran Desert while playing 18 holes of golf. Imagine winding down the N G I V I A C K day over cocktails and chalupas in an open courtyard strung with vistas of twinkling lights, or dallying before exceptional art and architecture. In a mere 3 hours your imagination can become reality. With bargain-priced, direct flights from Billings to Phoenix, escaping the winter doldrums has never been easier. Add in the knowledge that there are some exceptional second-home bargains to be had there right now and you’ve just created the perfect stimulus package for a foray to sunny Arizona.

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With a population base of 1.5 million covering 517 square miles and surrounded by three major mountains, Phoenix is our country’s fifth largest city. An average temperature of 72.6 degrees, 325 sunny days a year, 200 golf courses, 487,000 acres of Sonoran Desert and worldclass museums all mean you could spend a lifetime there

Left: Sillouette of a saguaro cactus that are indigenous only to the Sonoran Desert and can be found throughout the Paradise Valley. Above: A view of Downtown Phoenix from Sky Harbor Airport. The city is known for some of the most stunning sunsets in the west. Photography by Anton Foltin.

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What is it about change that makes it so difficult, so out-of-reach? Anyone who has driven Montana’s back roads in the wintertime knows the answer. Ruts. They force you down a single path in the road, tug at the steering wheel and trigger fears of getting stuck in fluffy powder if you try to leave them. Sure, you’re going somewhere, but only as far as the ruts take you.

by laura tode

“People are in ruts because they can’t imagine something else happening. If we can’t imagine something different, it won’t happen.”

Is it time to take the wheel and give it a hard jerk and risk getting stuck to set off on your own path? If the metaphor resonates with you, you’re ready for change. Ruts are those negative, defeating thought patterns that quash efforts to change. Messages like, We can’t build our dream home now or I can’t afford a vacation in Italy and I don’t have the time for another hobby. Maybe it plays like a broken record. I can’t start my own business or I’m too old to go back to school. And possibly the worst of all limiting thoughts is quit daydreaming. “People are in ruts because they can’t imagine something else happening,” said C. Jane Estelle, PhD. “If we can’t imagine something different, it won’t happen.” Estelle is a depth psychotherapist and board certified art therapist who believes imagination, curiosity and openness are key to making major life changes. She advises her clients to surround themselves with images of the change they are seeking. “Fuel your imagination!” she said. So put pen to paper and start sketching out a design

— C. Jane Estelle, PhD.

for your dream home. Hang a calendar at your desk with photos of Italy. Buy a how-to book to inspire your new hobby. Draw up a business plan. Pore over the local community college course handbook. And daydream until thoughts of change dominate the old thought patterns of the rut. According to Estelle, polarized thought patterns – those either-or messages that are always at odds – also contribute to rut-thinking. Beware of messages that swing from one extreme to another like, if I don’t quit this dead-end job Monday, I’ll be here forever or if I don’t go back to college now, I never will. Polarized thinking does not foster healthy balance. To achieve balance, Estelle returns to the foundation of imagining, curiosity and openness. Imagine a solution, be curious as you seek information and guidance and be open to new solutions. There is no one-size-fits-all formula for change, but according to Estelle, objectivity is imperative. An objective observer such as a teacher, spiritual confidant or therapist can help implement change. Change is risky and people who love us often are not the best helpers, because as you change, their relationship with you can – and will – change, Estelle said. The final step in implementing change is to hold yourself accountable to the new vision you are longing to create. Change comes with risk, and that is why it is difficult, Estelle said. It is easy to let yourself off the hook and arrest your plans, but if change is what you really want, you have to be serious about your plans. This could mean sacrifice, like saving for that vacation in Italy or your dream home, starting college by taking night classes, or working for the competition before starting your own business. Remember, success is follow-through when the day-to-day is discouraging.

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By gene colling § PhotograPhy

By

Bill Schneider & gene colling

AS THe CeSSnA 185 BAnked TO THe lefT, I CAugHT My fIrST glIMPSe Of THe OlIVer lAke WIlderneSS fISHIng lOdge. IT WAS TuCked InTO An ISlAnd COVe, PrOTeCTed frOM THe WInd. SPruCe And BIrCH TreeS PArTIAlly HId THe CABInS And THe MAIn lOdge.

an anGLeR’S DReaM VaCaTIOn

SaS

as Billings Outlaws quarterBack chris DixOn enters the rOOM, he is carrying his 18 MOnth-OlD sOn in One arM—a sippy cup Dangles frOM DixOn’s finger—anD a Day planner rests in the Other. DixOn releases his sOn tO the custODy Of a Manager whO runs hiM Out tO the practice fielD, anD

DixOn sluMps Over the taBle.

Dixon is the league’s Most Valuable Player, a record holder for most touchdown passes in a season, and is generally regarded as one of, if not the, best indoor football quarterback in the nation. On this day, the MVP quarterback is clearly tired. But he’s not worn out from hours of punishing workouts, rather, from local parents who have been complaining that their high school children are playing soccer too late into the evening. “What can I say?” says Dixon, referring to the parents’ protests and the fact the Sports Plex, the Outlaws multimillion-dol-

lar training facility, has limited hours available for public use. “The kids wanted to play.” And Dixon didn’t want to let down the kids, so he organized a handful of youth soccer events on school nights. That’s right. When Chris Dixon isn’t playing football, he’s doing things like organizing sports programs for kids. He also organizes flag football for adults (he actually plays in these games), and he also travels around to local elementary schools to give talks to students. Dixon is not the sole Outlaws player involved in community work. Past and present

After 40 years of dreaming about a Canadian fishing trip I was now deep in the Saskatchewan wilderness about to see if my expectations would match reality.

Every man must decide whether he will walk in the light of creative altruism or in the darkness of destructive selfishness.

ewan

.

—Martin Luther King, Jr

The pilot gently lowered the pontoons onto the water and we taxied up to the dock. Bill, my lifelong friend and only other occupant, was wedged into the back seat along with our gear that took up every square inch of storage. After 40 years of dreaming about a Canadian fishing trip, I was now deep in the Saskatchewan wilderness about to see if my expectations would match reality. In the bustle of unloading the plane, we introduced ourselves to the staff waiting on the dock. Our gear was quickly stowed in our cabin, and we walked up to the main lodge for breakfast. I was expecting basic fare but was served poached eggs, toasted homemade bread and buffalo sausages. After breakfast, we organized our fishing gear and loaded it into a 16-foot aluminum boat. When I saw Mike Pundyk, one of the lodge owners, walking down with his guide bag and wearing a mad bomber hat, I wondered how this was going to work out. He looked like a Viking by way of Jamaica – not exactly the fishing guide from my day dreams.

Left: Morning breaks on Oliver Lake, Saskatchewan. Above: Gene Colling holds the first 40-inch northern pike caught on his dream fishing adventure.

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by brittany hageman The Midlife Chryslers give new meaning to the term “Band-aid.” Predominantly comprised of local physicians, this group of rockin’ docs have coincidently found each other and carve time in their busy schedules for band practice. Performing mostly for charitable causes, one night a week they trade in their scalpels and stethoscopes for sheet music and syncopated rhythms.

Mid life crusin’ The Chryslers from left: Doug Ezell, MD, Mark Moak, professor at Rocky Mountain College, Scott Millikan, MD, Russ Harvey, MD, Hal Forseth,MD. Seated: Holly Malloy Hansen, personal trainer. Not Pictured: Doug and Kevin McBride, OD.

Unless otherwise noted, photography provided by Midlife Chryslers. above photo: lori lee Miller

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by brandae scherr

“We had a goal and Were encouraged With the turnout... but

i don’t

think any of us realized What Was about to take place.” — peter habein, one of

ysa’ s

founding board MeMbers.

it’s 8 a.M. saturday Morning. outside, tWenty soggy, Mudcaked, young WoMen slog through Muck and freezing rain trying to strike a single White ball into the opponent’s net. for ninety Minutes the tWo teaMs duel until a single shot Wins the Match.

no helMets, no shoulder pads, no Mouth guards - this

is no sport for sissies.

this is soccer. Coined “the beautiful game” by Brazilian soccer legend Pelé, soccer has exploded in Billings. But there was a time not so long ago when most of us didn’t even know how the game was played. Grassroots effort Fifteen years ago Billings was well behind other cities in the state in developing a soccer program. Helena, Missoula, Great Falls and Kalispell had strong recreational and competitive programs. And their teams dominated the standings. “A small group of people saw the potential soccer had in Billings and

formed a new recreational soccer club called Yellowstone Soccer Association (YSA),” said Peter Habein, one of YSA’s founding board members. The first year was a challenge for the fledgling group. “We needed businesses to sponsor teams so we could put the money toward equipment, training coaches and keeping registration fees low. Most importantly, we wanted to be able to financially contribute to developing soccer fields in Billings.” Habein recalls the original six board members, all professionals with day jobs, would go home about 6 p.m. and work the phone until 8 every night trying to drum up sponsors. “It was a big job but we believed in what we were doing.”

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WHAT WEIGHS 20 POUNDS AND STANDS ABOUT 9 INCHES TALL; IS WORDY - 400,000 OF THEM IN A “LANGUAGE” UNDERSTOOD BY FEW; AND HAS AN ESTIMATED 10-YEAR COST OF $894 BILLION, OR ROUGHLY $2,240,000 PER WORD? ANSWER: A PRINTOUT OF THE PATIENT PROTECTION AND AFFORDABLE CARE ACT OF 2010, THE PPACA (SAY PEA-PACKA), APPROACHING ITS FIRST BIRTHDAY IN MARCH. FEEL LIKE PERUSING THE NEARLY 2000 PAGES OF TEXT FOR YOURSELF? THE U.S. CONGRESS WEBSITE POP-UP CAUTIONS: “THIS BILL IS VERY LARGE AND LOADING IT MAY CAUSE YOUR WEB BROWSER TO PERFORM SLUGGISHLY OR EVEN FREEZE,” – NO DOUBT AN UNDERSTATEMENT. THE BASICS

Health care reform was enacted through passage of two bills. The PPACA or “Senate bill,” became law on March 23, 2010, and was amended by the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010, signed into law March 30, 2011. The provisions are phasing in over the next five years. The first year’s changes included prohibiting insurance companies from dropping sick people and from denying coverage for pre-existing conditions in children under 19. Coverage of adult children on their parents’ policies until their 27th birthday, regardless of their student, dependency, or marital status, became a requirement. Medicare drug plan beneficiaries who fall into the Medicare Part D coverage gap now get a $250 rebate. A 10 percent tax was imposed on indoor tanning services that use ultraviolet lamps to help pay for the reform. EFFECTIVE IN 2011

UNDERSTAND G THE AMENDEDIN BY GAIL HEIN SYSTEM

• Medicare begins 10 percent bonus payments to doctors who specialize as primary care physicians and general surgeons. Think “family doctor.” • Medicare covers annual wellness visits. New health plans cover preventive services with little or no cost to patients. • Payments to insurers offering Medicare Advantage services are frozen at 2010 levels and gradually reduced to bring them more in line with traditional Medicare. In other words, some

of the Advantage “perks” will be dropped. IRS W-2 forms must show employer health insurance benefits. The W-2 reporting requirement verifies to the IRS that people have coverage. • A Medicaid plan for the poor goes into effect in October 2011, allowing states to offer home and community-based care for the disabled who might otherwise require institutional care. “CUSTOMER SATISFACTION” IS PIVOTAL TO PAYMENT

Instead of fee-for-service, where Medicare payments were formerly collected for every separate test and treatment, the new model is “outcome based.” In other words, only better care producing better results will be rewarded, explained Dr. Mike Schweitzer, vice president of Medical Affairs at St.Vincent Healthcare. Imagine a “medical home” where everybody knows your name. “Your primary care physician, nurse practitioner, registered nurse - your team - coordinates your care,” Schweitzer said. After a patient leaves the hospital, follow-up phone calls and electronic monitoring, for example, give the “medical home” ongoing information to ward off crisis return trips to the emergency room. This evolution will also apply to new health care technologies. A new technology infrastructure is vital to data tracking and population health management, Schweitzer said, Undaunted by the magnitude of reinventing health care, Schweitzer said “If you don’t start changing the vision, you’ll never get there.”

HIS EVOLUTION WILL ALSO APPLY TO NEW HEALTH CARE TECHNOLOGIES. A NEW TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE IS VITAL TO DATA TRACKING AND POPULATION HEALTH MANAGEMENT...IF YOU DON’T START CHANGING THE VISION, YOU’LL NEVER GET THERE. —DR. MIKE SCHWEITZER VICE PRESIDENT OF MEDICAL AFFAIRS, ST.VINCENT HEALTHCARE. PHOTO BY CASEY RIFFE

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it used to be a fight in the parking lot, now teens are battling via technology

Kids seem to have it easy. They’ve grown up with laptops, cell phones, cable TV and the Internet. They’re a part of the digital age, where communication is instant and the world is constantly getting smaller.

cyber-bullying

gone wild by Julie green

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GOLDEN YEARS. GOLDEN RULE.

HISTORICALLY, MONTANANS ARE

VERY

GENEROUS

PEOPLE.

IN

FACT,

ACCORDING TO VOLUNTEERING IN AMERICA: 2007 STATE TRENDS AND RANKINGS IN CIVIC LIFE, MONTANA RANKS SEVENTH IN THE NATION FOR THE NUMBER OF VOLUNTEER HOURS DONATED. SO HOW DO BILLINGS RETIREES REALLY SPEND THEIR DAYS? HERE’S WHAT THREE ACTIVE, COMMUNITY-MINDED BILLINGS SENIORS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT THEIR OWN GOLDEN YEARS.

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every step you take is a life you save St. Vincent Healthcare's 32nd Annual Heart & Sole Run

St.Vincent Healthcare's 32nd Annual Heart & Sole Run

5K • 10K 2 MILE HEALTH WALK • TRIUMPH TREK • RRCA WESTERN REGIONAL • 5K CHAMPIONSHIP

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