The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Nashua has had a long and distinguished history, with thousands of youth being served by the organization.
- First Advisory Board incorporated for Boys Club of Nashua
- Don Norris is President
- Board begins summer camp program for boys
- Dominick Giovinazzo from Omaha, NE is hired as first Executive Director
- Boys Club opens at 315 Main Street in April
- Club moves to old Palm Street School
- $650,000 Capital Campaign started to build Clubhouse
- Clubhouse at 47 Grand Avenue built for $678,000
- Barker Foundation grants funds to build indoor pool at the Clubhouse
- Club builds $1.15 million addition, doubling space
- New program begins for teen girls
- Boys Clubs of America becomes Boys & Girls Club of America
- Club’s endowment fund officially becomes Boys Club of Nashua Charitable Foundation
- Board votes for name change to Boys & Girls Club of Greater Nashua. All programs now serve girls and boys
- Club undertakes $1.6 million Capital Campaign for Clubhouse renovation
- Clubhouse undergoes extensive renovation. Milford, N.H. Club becomes a chartered unit
- Dominick Giovinazzo retires. Norm Bouthilette promoted to Chief Executive Officer
- Club voted Best Overall Club in Nation by Boys & Girls Clubs of America and Readers Digest; Dave Brassard is President.
- Annual Banquet of Champions is changed to Dominick Giovinazzo Banquet of Champions.
- After 20 years of providing child care business, Boys & Girls Club stops serving infants to 5 years old to focus on youth development programs for children 8 – 18.
- Club signs a new lease agreement with Nashua Public School system to rent space to a pilot program for at risk middle school students at the Academy of Learning + Technology
- Club opens two new extensions in collaboration with the Police Athletic League and Nashua Housing Authority
- Club opens new extension at Elm Street Middle School in collaboration with 21st Century Community Learning Centers and Nashua School District.
- Club meets a challenge to raise $600,000 in endowment funds for the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Nashua Charitable Foundation.
- Club opens new extension at Fairgrounds Middle School in collaboration with 21st Century Community Learning Centers and Nashua School District.
- Club develops after school program in Merrimack, NH, located at James MastricolaUpper Elementary School.
- Club opens new extension at Pennichuck Middle School in collaboration with 21st Century Community Learning Centers and Nashua School District
- Club undertakes $4.2 million Capital Campaign for Clubhouse renovation and new Stahl Teen Center
- Stahl Teen Center and Clubhouse renovation project completed with grand opening in September 2009
- Club celebrates its 40th anniversary
- The Club is recognized by Boys & Girls Clubs of America with the Be Fit, Be Healthy, Be GreatAward, for our outstanding Culture of Health
- Club is recognized by Boys & Girls Clubs of America with the Honor Award in the Overall Participation and Attendance category
- November – Club’s teen members appeal to the city of Nashua to change our address to One Positive Place
- The Club is recognized by Boys & Girls Clubs of America with the Honor Award in Best Overall Program in the Nation
- The Club is recognized by Nashua Chamber of Commerce as Non Profit of the Year