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The Heritage Association of Frisco is dedicated, as a committed partner with Frisco's Heritage Museum and Center, to saving the history of one of the fastest growing cities in Texas and the nation and sharing it with our residents and visitors.  As you browse this site, you’ll learn the variety of ways in which our dynamic organization meets this challenge, with activities and events you and your family may enjoy.  We also hope you consider how you might fit in with our efforts, whether it is through participation in our events, through monetary donations, through Heritage Association membership, through our volunteer opportunities, or through any combination of those.  Welcome to our site!


Another home in Frisco will receive a historic marker from the Heritage Association of Frisco on Saturday April 22 at 4pm when a dedication ceremony will be held at the site. The home was formerly owned by Walter Dodson "Dot" and Thelma Kerley Mays who bought the home in 1932 for $1,200. The home retains many architectural features such as wide windows, pine floors, and doors with glass knobs and brass fasteners. The Mays were respected members of the small Frisco community where they volunteered their time and talents. Mr. Mays kept dairy cows and delivered milk to Frisco residents while continuing a full time job in Dallas. He also served on the School Board and City Council. Mrs. Mays decorated and fired ceramics in an outbuilding at the home. The home remained in the Mays family for 74 years. It currently is owned by Clayton and Gabriela Jones who will host a reception and tour of the home after their historic marker is unveiled. The dedication ceremony is open to the public, and we encourage you to join us in this preservation celebration.

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Every month, the Heritage Association of Frisco publishes a newsletter with upcoming events and stories from Frisco's rich history. Members of the Frisco Heritage Association receive an email copy, and so does everyone else who has subscribed for our news.

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