About Our Chapter
NCL, Inc., Hebron Chapter is a group of mothers and daughters who have come together in a commitment to community service, leadership development and cultural experiences.
Members shall reside in or attend school north of Keller Springs, west of Dallas Parkway Toll Road, east of I35 and south of the 121 Hwy. Like all NCL, Inc. Chapters, Hebron aims to foster the mother-daughter relationship by serving its communities together.
Our Membership is made up of residents of Plano, Frisco, Carrollton, and Lewisville. Members must either live in or attend school in one of the aforementioned areas.
Membership in the organization and our program, The NCL Experience – Six Year Core Program, will offer opportunities to participate in each of these three program areas:
- Community Service: To learn what philanthropic needs exist in our community and to help meet those needs whenever possible.
- Leadership Development: To enhance leadership skills through team building, problem solving, mentoring, and group dynamics.
- Cultural Experiences: To cultivate values and traditions that shape the NCL, Inc. role and contribution in our communities.
The Hebron Chapter is committed to community service, leadership development and cultural experiences. We strive to understand our community’s philanthropic needs and take action to help solve them. Nurture confidence through opportunities to learn and grow, building problem-solving skills through a supportive environment of healthy relationships. Cultivate values and traditions that shape the NCL role and contribution in our communities.
Our Hebron Chapter has received the Pink Rose Chapter Award for the 2020-2021 year. We have completed our annual requirements, and participated in #GivingTuesday and the national philanthropy program.
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Mothers and their daughters (grades 7-12) participate in a program that embraces:
- Alzheimer’s Association
- American Heart Association
- American Red Cross
- Austin Street Shelter
- Buckner – Shoes for Orphan Souls
- Carrollton Police Officers’ Association
- Christian Community Action
- Cozy Crates
- Disaster Response
- Feed My Starving Children
- Frontiers of Flight Museum
- Grace Bridge
- Honor Flight
- Hope Supply Co.
- Metrocrest Services
- National Day of Service – Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service – January 16, 2023
- Operation Christmas Child
- Operation Gratitude
- Rays of Light
- Ronald McDonald House of Dallas
- Tango Tab Feed The City
- The Birthday Party Project
- Wreaths Across America
- President: Heidi Bright
- Secretary: Christi DePaul
- Treasurer: Courtney Ehinger
- Parliamentarian: Lori DeLay
- Vice President Communications: Jennifer Barko
- Vice President Membership: April Mattison
- Vice President Philanthropy: Susan Horn
- Vice President Provisionals: Denice Kiesling
- Vice President Ticktockers: Shannon Phillips
- Vice President Chapter Engagement and Inclusion (formerly Vice President Patroness Activities): Tina Dowers
Our Chapter’s responsibility is to maximize your daughter’s potential as a dynamic and confident leader. We provide a solid framework which provides each girl with the opportunity to learn and explore her individual leadership style. Each Ticktocker is encouraged to embrace “who they are” and find out what their purpose is and how they can work with others to maximize everyone’s potential. Our programs encompass learning about all types of leadership styles, impactful communicating and listening skills, keys to time management and effective conflict resolution.
In this chapter, the girls practice what they have learned through situations where they are asked to advocate for others, lead meetings and discussions, actively set goals and mentor others as they begin to forge a life of their own. The results are remarkable – confident young women with a solid understanding of their strengths and weaknesses as leaders, a personal sense of purpose and a self-confident persona with which to embrace future challenges.
Immersed in an increasingly global culture and community, an important part of our Chapter’s own culture is to guarantee that all of our Ticktockers graduate from our program with a sense of appreciation for the differences in each other and the world. By broadening the horizons of our Ticktockers, we find that they become open to and more accepting of others and many begin to actively advocate for others. There is nothing really quite so rewarding.
The Hebron Chapter enjoys many of the following cultural events:
- Mother-Daughter Tea
- Musical Theater
- Visual Art
- Ballet & Dance Performances
- Choral Arts
- Cultural Festivals
Our Chapter History
The Hebron Chapter started with a group of determined women who wanted to establish a Chapter that encompassed parts of Plano, Frisco, Carrollton, and Lewisville, Texas. On October 23, 2016, our Formation Meeting was held at Stonebriar Country Club. We had been advised that we needed at least 4 Board Members in place and 25 Patronesses to sign up that day to form the Chapter. As fate would have it, we did indeed have exactly 4 Board Members and had 25 women sign up that day. On January 7, 2017, the Hebron Chapter officially kicked off with a combined total of 68 Patronesses and Ticktockers. We became the 229th NCL Chapter and have experienced tremendous growth resulting in a thriving organization, indicating there was indeed a need for a new Chapter in this geography. We received our Charter in April of 2018.
The founding Members remain committed to establishing an organized, communicative and flexible NCL Chapter in which mothers and daughter can flourish.