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Clubs & Organizations
Adams National Historic Neighborhood Association
An association composed of more than 200 members dedicated to preserving and protecting the city's neighborhoods. New members welcome. To contact the ANHNA, email ANHNAforQuincy@yahoo.com.
Adams Shore Community Association
A non-profit organization that coordinates various neighborhood events, including an annual Family Oktoberfest, Holiday Tree Lighting, Easter Egg Hunt and Fourth of July Cookout.
Montclair/Wollaston Neighborhood Association
139 Highland Ave., 617-479-8883.
Squantum Community Association
Check out the Squantum Scoop website for local news and events.
Ward 2 Civic Association
Meetings are held at the Fore River Club House. Call 617-930-0106 for more information.
Ward 5 Community Association
Serves residents of the Beechwood Knoll, Wollaston Center, Wollaston Beach, Hospital Hill, Quincy Center and Mass. Field neigborhoods. Holds community information meetings, candidates' nights, and more. Call 617-835-1253 for more information.
Wollaston Hill Neighborhood Association
Wollaston Hill Neighborhood Association is a group of neighbors who share in the interest to promote and improve their neighborhood in the areas of Wollaston Hill and Forbes Hill.
Friends of Pageant Field
A group of citizens seeking to advocate for the park and protect Pageant Field from the proposed track project and any future projects, to improve the park and create a cleaner, safer environment for all park users, and to promote use of the park through lectures and park walks. For more information, contact Judith Krimski at 617-328-8393.
Friends of the Blue Hills
Advocates for the protection and preservation of the Blue Hills.
Friends of Wollaston Beach
A community group that promotes the wise use and preservation of the Beach, encourages volunteerism, alerts others to issues affecting the Beach through educational, cultural, social and civic programs, and advocates on behalf of Beach users.
A Houghs Neck community group whose goal is to restore tidal flow to long neglected areas of marsh, while improving flood, fire, and mosquito control.
Quincy Environmental Network
A public volunteer organization that encourages open participation by all.
Sports & Hobby Clubs
AASA Badminton Club
Council on Aging Clubs
The Council on Aging sponsors a Bridge Club (Fridays from noon to 3 p.m.), a Scrabble Club (Mondays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.), a Poker club (Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.), and a Whist Club (Thursdays at 1 p.m.) at the Kennedy Center, 440 East Squantum St. For more information, call 617-376-1245.
Furnace Brook Golf Club
Hough's Neck Garden Club
Meets monthly at the Nut Island Community Room; programs include annual wildflower festival and a variety of community projects. For more information, call 617-481-2111
Quincy Chess Club
Meets every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at Roche Bros. Community Center, 101 Falls Blvd., 2nd Floor, for fun, friendly chess. Fore more information, call 857-888-1531 or email email@example.com.
Quincy Tennis Club
19R Glendale Road, 617-471-9862.
Seaside Gardeners of Squantum
Meets monthly; special projects include an annual fall fair, garden tours of member gardens, and the Junior Gardening Program at Squantum School. For more information, email Sandra Sumner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wollaston Garden Club
Monthly meetings on horticultural topics, plus field trips, nursery visits, and civic beautification projects.