A Legacy of Trust Built on a Quarter Century of Service.
A Future of Promise for Today’s Youth.
March 24, 1995
Programming begins in the upstairs educational wing in St. Andrews Lutheran Church at 1711 S. 11th Street in Sheboygan.
March 24, 1996
The Howards Grove Boys & Girls Club opens its doors at 435 N. Wisconsin Drive in Howards Grove.
March 24, 1997
Truancy Abatement/Crime Suppression (TACS), a collaboration with the Sheboygan School District, Sheboygan Police Department, Department of Health & Human Services and the Boys & Girls Clubs, began addressing the issue of truancy in the community.
March 24, 1998
A new Boys & Girls Club site opens in Sheboygan at 733 Broadway Avenue.. The renovated facility is named for its benefactors as the Ralph F. and Alice B. Stayer Center and more than double the space available for programming.
March 24, 1999
The Boys & Girls Clubs start an after-school program at Washington Elementary in collaboration with the school’s SAGE program and Lighted School House philosophy.
March 24, 2007
The Boys & Girls Club opens new Club site, serving youth and teens, in Sheboygan Falls at 107 Cedar Street after purchasing the former Word of Grace Church.
April 17, 2009
The Boys & Girls Club opens separate teen Club site in Sheboygan Falls at 319 Cedar Street after purchasing the former Campfire Girls building.
March 24, 2011
The Washington School site closes, and the Clubs open new programs at Grant Elementary and Jefferson Elementary schools in September 2013.
March 24, 2013
The Falls Teen Club moves into a renovated space at the Sheboygan Falls Unit, doubling average daily attendance of teens in that community.
March 24, 2015
School-based programs at Grant and Jefferson Elementary schools are discontinued. Through a partnership with the YMCA, the Boys & Girls Clubs open doors at a new space for teens, the Club at the Y located in the Sheboygan YMCA.
November 17, 2016
The Boys & Girls Clubs begin serving youth at Lake Country Academy.
April 17, 2019
The Boys & Girls Clubs celebrate 25 years of serving youth in Sheboygan County. The Clubs transition from the Ralph F. and Alice B. Stayer Center to launch two new sites: Kidstop at Cooper Elementary and 21st CCLC at Longfellow Elementary. Both sites offer before-school programming for the first time.