The Montclair Wollaston Neighborhood Association was created in 1991 with a mission of creating a forum for discussion of issues unique to the Montclair and Wollaston communities and to promote a platform for residents to get involved in the community and stay informed. The MWNA continues this mission today.
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church Summer BBQ
Sunday, June 24th from 12 pm to 3 p.m.
Location: Good Shepherd Lutheran Church (308 West Squantum Street).
Discover Quincy Movie Night
Monday, June 25th at dusk
Location: Safford Park (across from the Wollaston school)
Interested in volunteering with the MWNA? Please write to us on our "Contact Us" page.
The Montclair Wollaston Neighborhood Association is here for you!
The Montclair Wollaston Neighrborhood Association ("MWNA") is an organization dedicated to providing a voice for the citizens of the Montclair and Wollaston communities. The MWNA covers residents who live in the area bordered by the Neponset River to the north, Beale Street to the south, Newport Avenue to the east and the Town of Milton to the west.
139 Highland Avenue
Quincy, MA 02170
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MWNA President James Coughlin presented Janet and Howard Crowley with the first annual Community Leadership Award at the MWNA's 25th Anniversary Celebration on November 3rd.
Photo Credit: Wallace Go.
Seated (right to left): Howard Crowley and Janet Crowley
Standing (right to left): MWNA President James Coughlin, Norfolk County Register of Probate Patrick McDermott, State Representative Tackey Chan, Former Ward 3 City Councilor Larry Chretien, Ward 3 City Councilor Ian Cain, Mayor Thomas Koch, Former Ward 3 City Councilor and Council President Kevin Coughlin, State Representative Bruce Ayers, State Representative Daniel Hunt.