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. 

Neighborhood Association

139 Highland Avenue

Quincy, MA 02170

james@montclairwollaston.com

 

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DECEMBER MEETING AND HOLIDAY PARTY

Date and Time: December 6, 2018 at 6:00 PM*

Location: The View Restaurant (357 West Squantum Street, Quincy, MA 02171)

Topic:  HOLIDAY PARTY



 

Montclair Wollaston

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25 Years of Service!  


The MWNA celebrated its 25th anniversary on Thursday, November 3, 2016 at the View Restaurant at President's Golf Course.


More than 50 neighbors, as well as local elected officials were in attendance to honor the MWNA and say thanks for 25 years of service to the community. 


MWNA President James Coughlin presented MWNA co-founders Janet and Howard Crowley with the first annual Community Leadership Award to say thank you for longstanding dedication to the citizens of the Montclair/Wollaston Community.  


Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch and City Councilors Ian Cain and Joseph Finn brought greetings from the city; State Representatives Tackey Chan, Bruce Ayers and Daniel Hunt, and State Senator John Keenan brought greetings from the State House; and Norfolk County Register of Probate Patrick McDermott brought greetings from county government.



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.