During a city-wide drill on Saturday, April 21, Monta Loma CERT members delivered disaster-preparedness information door-to-door. If your home was missed, or you’d like extra copies

The 2018 Spring Fling held in the newly renovated multi-use room at Monta Loma School, was another success. See photos and a report here.

Saturday morning, March 3, is the date for Spring Fling 2018. The purpose, as always, is to bring neighbors together to meet and chat, so do

The tenth annual holiday potluck progressive dinners held on Saturday, December 2, 2017, were again a great success. Nineteen people in two groups enjoyed each other’s

I’ve long promised Cheryl Smith, one of our local historians, that I would add more of her articles to the History page, and I finally did.

Thanks to everyone, the many volunteers as well as the 300+ attendees, who helped make this year’s event such a huge success. Photos were taken by Jim

More than 70 neighbors responded to Dotty Calabrese’s invitation to view the Great American Eclipse in Thaddeus Park. Dotty set up her telescope with a sun

Last year’s record-setting 13 block parties were greatly enjoyed, so if your block hasn’t yet begun the tradition, this is the year to begin. “How-to” information is

Records indicate that the Monta Loma Neighborhood Association was organized in 1977, and we are celebrating its fortieth anniversary at the Ice Cream Social. Former MLNA president

The Annual Meeting and Board Election was held on Wednesday, May 31, at 250 Mayfield Ave. MLNA Board President Jill Rakestraw introduced the board candidates, who were elected unanimously.