October Luncheon
Thursday, October 5, 2017

How to Stay Out of the Doctor’s Office by Maintaining Neck, Back & Spine Health!

So many people have neck and back issues these days. If we don’t, we know someone who does. The question is: what do we do about it?

Dr. Blake Staub, M.D. is a neurosurgeon who is the newest member of the Texas Health Plano Scoliosis and Spine Tumor Center. He will teach us how to stay out of his office by focusing on neck, back and spine health. Experience, talent, state-of-the-art equipment and technology are used to provide superior and innovative care for people who suffer from back and neck pain.

This is a “must-see” presentation you will want to share with your friends and family!

For inquiries call Kathy Manley: 314-239-1215 or email info@northdallasnewcomers.net


Message from the President

It’s always wonderful and refreshing to have the fall season finally arrive. So many things to do that bring us outside! The Texas State Fair is in full swing, arts and crafts shows abound, fall decorations adorn our homes, and football season starts. Ending the month with Halloween is always fun!

We ushered in the new club year with a great Activities Fair Luncheon and by now all our activity groups are in full swing. What a great way to begin the year! Thank you to Suzi Ingram for coordinating and to all our activity leaders for the tremendous job you did getting this year off to a wonderful start.

You won’t want to miss our October luncheon on Thursday, October 5th. We’re looking forward to an informative program at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano. They have provided a great meal and program in the past and they will surely not disappoint this year. See you there.

In Friendship,

Linda Stagner
NDN President 2017-18


My husband and I retired in 2010 and moved to Frisco to be near our sons. After a few months I longed to make some new friends. I laughingly told my husband that at our age no one comes to the front door and asks if you want to play. I looked on-line at newcomer groups in the area. I was a bit hesitant at first but decided to send in my money and information sheet to North Dallas Newcomers and Friends. A few days later I received a phone call about Mary Notes, our singing group. After one practice I was hooked. Through the many activities offered I have met so many fun and interesting ladies and also learned so much about north Texas. I am so glad I made the decision to join. – Suzi Ingram, Frisco