Our Chapter History

In August of 2015, a group of ladies were brought together because they wanted to teach their daughters the importance of  leadership, giving back to the community, learning the importance of cultural experiences and bonding as mother-daughter and as a Chapter.

Some had college-aged daughters that just completed the NCL Experience, some were coming full circle with the NCL Experience as former Ticktockers now with daughters, and some had no experience but loved the Core Mission of NCL, Inc.

A diverse group with the same mission: to foster the mother-daughter relationship in a philanthropic organization committed to community service, leadership development and cultural experiences.

The Texas Lantana Chapter was formed in January 2016 with approximately 180+ Members with boundaries that include Argyle, Denton, Lantana, Ponder and the surrounding area.

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Left to Right: Abby Ray, Jennifer Harrison, Kristin Jenkins, Audra Laneri, Kim Perryman, Brandi Jackson, Michele Brown

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Texas Lantana Formation Meeting at Denton Country Club, January 2016