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.
The local Club moved to the “State Armory” building at 614 8th Ave., on October 1st.
Boys’ Clubs of America reached 1,000 Club milestone and was serving over 1,000,000 youth.
The local Club builds and opens the Painter Clubhouse at 2400 4th Street, serving 150 young men per day.
Boys Clubs of America adopted the logo seen today.
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.
The new Pawl Clubhouse opens in Greeley, Colorado.
Boys & Girls Clubs of America opened its’ 2000th Club.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greeley changes its name to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Weld County to better represent the youth served.
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.
The fourth club site open at Galeton Elementary and the local Clubs celebrate 40 years of service.
Boys & Girls Clubs of America celebrates 100 Years of Service.
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.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Weld County reaches 1,500 members
Celebrating 50 Years
Boys & Girls Clubs of Weld County celebrates 50 years of Impact!
Fort Lupton Clubhouse was opened.