Boys & Girls Clubs History

Chronological History



Boys & Girls Clubs of Sheboygan County is chartered with Boys & Girls Clubs of America.


Boys & Girls Clubs begins programming in the upstairs educational wing at St. Andrews Lutheran Church at 1711 S. 11th Street in Sheboygan.


The Howards Grove Boys & Girls Club opens its doors to kids at 435 N. Wisconsin Drive in Howards Grove.


The Truancy Abatement/Crime Suppression (T.A.C.S.), a collaboration with the Sheboygan School District, Sheboygan Police Department, Department of Health & Human Services and the Boys & Girls Clubs, opened its doors and began addressing the issue of truancy in the community.


The new Sheboygan Boys & Girls Club opened at 733 Broadway Avenue. The new facility is dedicated as the Ralph F. and Alice B. Stayer Center, with triple our previous programming space and clearly identifying the organization as community based/building centered, dedicated to serving youth.


Boys & Girls Clubs of Sheboygan County start an after school program at Washington Elementary in Sheboygan. Program is in collaboration with Washington Elementary’s SAGE program and Lighted School House philosophy.


The Boys & Girls Clubs purchase the former Word of Grace Church in Sheboygan Falls, and it becomes a Boys & Girls Club unit.


The Boys & Girls Clubs purchase the former Campfire Girls building in Sheboygan Falls, for use as a teen center.


The Washington School site closes, and the Clubs open new programs at Grant Elementary and Jefferson Elementary.


The Falls Teen Club moves into a renovated space at the Sheboygan Falls Unit, doubling average daily attendance of teens in that community.


The Boys & Girls Clubs open the doors at our new Club at the Y unit in Sheboygan.


The Boys & Girls Clubs open our new Afterschool Program at Lake Country Academy.