Our Chapter History

Welcome to the Sesquicentennial NCL, Inc. Chapter, Frisco

The National Charity League, Inc., Frisco Chapter was a mere idea when Lesa Hooker completed the Interest in Membership Form on September 14, 2008. Next came the phone call to ‘Pioneer’ a Chapter on October 10th, later that year.  The first formation meeting occurred on Thursday, February 19th, 2009 at the Curtsinger Elementary Common Area.  We broke the NCL, Inc. Formation Record with 90 Patronesses – only to be topped by having 108 Ticktockers join the evening of our formation.

Receiving our Charter in July 2011 in Las Vegas, the Frisco Chapter was the 150th NCL, Inc. Chapter and proud to be called the Sesquicentennial Chapter.

As the first Chapter to complete the new expansion process, we began serving the local community through Mother / Daughter activities.  Today the Chapter has more than 200 Members, serves over 15 local philanthropies, such as the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, Ronald McDonald House, Frisco Family Services, the City of Frisco (and more), and contributes many hours to our local community each year.