Newcomer Friends of Greater Plano



 

 

We are waiting to meet you!

Not Just Newcomers--Not Just Plano--Just New Friends!



Newcomer Friends of Greater Plano, NFGP, is a social organization of warm, caring women who provide a supportive environment for new and established residents of Plano, Texas and all surrounding areas, including Frisco, McKinney, Prosper, Allen, Richardson, Sachse, and more. The Club assists women in their transition by introducing them to others, fostering friendships and encouraging participation in the group's many activities.

Become a Member

We would love to have you

join the group. 


For information about how to join, please click here.


NFGP's Activity Groups

Come Join the Fun! 


Check out our many Activity Groups, click here.


NFGP Featured Events - Guests are Wecome!

A SPECIAL INVITATION
TO PROSPECTIVE AND NEW MEMBERS


Please join us for this month’s Welcome Coffee from the comforts of our home via Zoom. This event is designed to offer a fun and casual way to acquaint prospective and new members with our club and learn more about each other through “getting to know you" conversations


When: Tuesday, April 20, 2021, 10:00 -11:15 AM


To attend or learn more please contact Cindy Miller, NFGP Greeter at: nfgpgreeter@gmail.com for details.



Join us for our April Webinar Program


Tuesday, April 13, 2021
10:00 AM – 11:30 AM – Via Zoom Webinar

Creating a Healthier Ecosystem with Beehives


To Register click the link to the right ->


Registration is limited to 100. Once Registered, you will be sent

a link for the Zoom Webinar attendance.


OUR FEATURED SPEAKER


Jim Miller

Vice President of Operations and Ethics Officer, 
Medical City McKinney



Medical City of McKinney is creating a healthier tomorrow for the community it serves. The adventure, begun in 2020, is cultivating beehives on seven acres of undeveloped property west of the hospital. Six thriving hives, home to about 150,000 honeybees, have now produced their first batches of honey.


Bees will travel two to five miles from their hive to gather pollen and nectar and are essential to pollinating flowers, fruits and vegetables. Cross-pollination is vital to the production of popular fruits and vegetables.


With a focus on environmental sustainability, Medical City McKinney established the beehives last spring and plants native to Texas are now being added to the hospital campus to create natural food sources to help support the bees.


Join us; Register now for this interesting discussion


Join Us - Register NOW!



Attendance is limited to 100


Reserve Your Seat

for our


April Webinar


Speaker: Jim Miller


Creating a Healthier Ecosystem with Beehives


April 13, 2021

10:00 - 11:30 AM - via Zoom



RSVP Deadline: April 9


Once Registered, you will be sent a link for Zoom attendance.


For More Information: NFGPMEMBERSHIP1@GMAIL.COM

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