June 17, 2023 · Filed Under Events and News 

TUESDAY JUNE 20 at 6:30pm 

Fort Worth Firefighters Hall
3855 Tulsa Way at Crestline Rd.

Please join us for the monthly AHNA Membership meeting.  This is an open meeting and everyone is welcome to attend.

Neighborhood Patrol Officer Andy Moquecho will give his monthly neighborhood crime report.

GUEST SPEAKER:  Quentin McGown on the development of Fort Worth’s West Side

Quentin McGown is a sixth generation Texan and fourth generation Fort Worth attorney with a lifelong interest in history.  He now serves as Associate Judge in Tarrant County Probate Court Number One, having served as General Counsel, Director of Gift Planning and Alumni Director at Texas Wesleyan University, from which he graduated with degrees in theatre and law.  He served six years, three as chair, on the City of Fort Worth Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission, and he is a past chair of the Tarrant County Historical Commission.  He served on the city’s sesquicentennial history committee and co-chaired the Tarrant County Bar Association’s centennial celebration.

McGown is an alumnus of the Eldon B. Mahon Inn of Court and serves on the planning committee for the annual Red Steagall Cowboy Gathering. He also serves on the Endowment and Development Boards of Meals on Wheels, Inc. of Tarrant County and is a board member of the Cowboy Heritage Association, past president of the Tarrant County Historical Society, and current president of Hip Pocket Theatre. He teaches courses on Fort Worth history for the TCU Center for Texas Studies, and is an adjunct instructor in Political Science and Paralegal Studies at Texas Wesleyan. He has three books, Fort Worth in Vintage Postcards, Historic Photos of Fort Worth, and Remembering Fort Worth and is working on a new book exploring Fort Worth’s mid-century modern architecture. He and his wife, Laurie, are slowly restoring their 116 year-old downtown Fort Worth home and a mid-century National Register property nestled in the remnant Cross Timbers post oaks on Lake Worth.



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