Newcomer Friends of Greater Plano
all women in Plano, Texas and surrounding communities, including: Dallas, The Colony, Frisco, Allen Richardson, and other Dallas suburbs. We have no geographical boundaries.
New in town or a resident ready to make new friends? Join us at one of our regular program meetings on the second Tuesday of each month. There is always an interesting speaker, and you'll meet a lot of fun women! We also host a wide array of monthly activities, including: Potluck Lunches & Dinners, Bunco, Canasta, Arts & Leisure Outings, Quilting, Movies, Book Club, Bridge, Gardening, Needlework, Couples Activities, a monthly Welcome Coffee and more. Prospective members are invited to try our activities for one month before joining the club. Contact us and we'll be happy to send you our monthly newsletter.
Newcomer Friends of Greater Plano is a social organization of warm, caring
women, which provides a supportive environment for new and established residents
of Plano, Texas and all surrounding areas.
The Club assists women in their transition to the community by introducing them to others, fostering friendships and encouraging participation in the group's many activities.
The group was established in May, 2001 and currently has 303 members.
Next Program Meeting
Tuesday, June 11th, 2013
Collin College, Courtyard Center
4800 Preston Park Boulevard, Plano
Socializing begins at 9:30 am; Meeting begins at 10:00 am
Sharron Lucky: Seven Kinds of Smart
Whether you are one of those lucky people who "hit the ground running" each morning or you wait until that first cup of coffee has had time to wake up your senses, making the most of your talents is imperative. Regardless of which one is your category, you will not want to miss this fascinating program by the dynamic book reviewer, renowned educator, author, model and movie "extra," Sharron Lucky.
Sharron states, "identifying and developing your multiple intelligences is an important pursuit from childhood and from then on. Some of these are often neglected in our culture and it is "freeing" to get a lifetime pass for honoring the intelligence we possess." Based on the pioneering theme of the late 20th Century, credited to Howard Gardner, Ph.D, "multiple intelligences" has continued to shape education and imagination in recent years. Exploring the possibilities at any age is an adventure in celebrating what powers you were innately given. Benjamin Franklin once said, "hide not your talents. They for use were made. What's a sundial in the shade?" Plan to attend and learn how to get your sundial back into the sun.
General Meeting Location
Collin College, Courtyard Center, 4800 Preston Park Boulevard Plano. .
If you have questions or want more information about our club please contact Beth O'Rear (Greeter), at firstname.lastname@example.org
Red Hot & Blue
5017 West Plano Parkway, Plano (near NW corner Plano Parkway and Preston Road, just west of the Shell Station)
In a fun atmosphere of blues music and memorabilia, Red Hot & Blue offers authentic barbecue and tasty southern cuisine including soups, salads, sandwiches BBQ platters and more. Menu at website www.redhotandblue.com . Join NFGP for lunch and visit time with Newcomer Friends following our June program meeting.
To Join NFGP for the After-Meeting Lunch, Please RSVP by Friday June 7th, with your name and the name(s) of your guest(s) to Genevieve McCreary, After-Meeting Lunch Coordinator, at 972-359-0066 or email@example.com .