The Yellowstone Chapter calls Billings their home – Billings, Montana was founded in 1882 as a railroad town. It was named after Frederick H. Billings, the president of the Northern Pacific Railroad. The town grew rapidly due to its location as a transportation hub for the region’s agricultural and mining industries. In the early 20th century, Billings became a center for oil refining and distribution. Today, it is the largest city in Montana and a regional hub for healthcare, education, and commerce.
The Yellowstone County Chapter is in the process of reorganization.
For more information contact:
- Jim Marks
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