History

1964

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Greeley, Colorado

First Greeley Clubhouse opened and was in an old tire shop at 536 North 11th Ave.

Boys Club of Greeley, Inc. received its National Charter.

1967

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The local Club moved to the “State Armory” building at 614 8th Ave., on October 1st.

1972

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Boys’ Clubs of America reached 1,000 Club milestone and was serving over 1,000,000 youth.

1974

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The local Club builds and opens the Painter Clubhouse at 2400 4th Street, serving 150 young men per day.

1980

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Boys Clubs of America adopted the logo seen today.

1990

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After recognizing that many Clubs across America were serving the sisters of Club members the national organization through the encouragement of many Clubs adopted the name Boys & Girls Clubs of America symbolizing the true mission of the Clubs to serve all those who need us most.

1998

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Pawl Clubhouse

The new Pawl Clubhouse opens in Greeley, Colorado.

1998

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Boys & Girls Clubs of America opened its’ 2000th Club.

2000

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Boys & Girls Clubs of Greeley changes its name to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Weld County to better represent the youth served.

2001

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Milliken Clubouse

Concerned residents and community officials from Milliken petition the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greeley to offer after school programming to area youth. Federal start-up funds are secured and the “Two Rivers” unit of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Weld County opens and is later renamed Art Barker Clubhouse.

2004

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Galeton Clubhouse

The fourth club site open at Galeton Elementary and the local Clubs celebrate 40 years of service.

2006

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Boys & Girls Clubs of America celebrates 100 Years of Service.

2008

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Boys & Girls Clubs of America serves more than 4,000,000 youth in more than 4,000 nationwide and on military bases across the world.

2012

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Boys & Girls Clubs of Weld County reaches 1,500 members

2014

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Celebrating 50 Years

Boys & Girls Clubs of Weld County celebrates 50 years of Impact!

2015

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Fort Lupton

Fort Lupton Clubhouse was opened.