50th Anniversary 2021

February 4, 1971 to 2021 and Beyond... Great Staff Great Partners Great Kids Great Community

On February 4, 1971, the Boys Club of Billings opened its doors in the Parmly Billings Library building, which now houses the Western Heritage Museum.

From the Parmly Building to the International Harvester building and then on to the the Bair Family Clubhouse, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Yellowstone County has a rich history.

Please enjoy this walk down memory lane.

Take A Walk Down Memory Lane!

In 2001, the 30th Anniversary of the Club, interviews were conducted by the Western Heritage Museum. 

Please enjoy a few of them here.

Origins with Tim Healey and Gordon Eldredge. Please click on the image to read the story.

Being one of the first members as told by Bobby Valenzuela. Please click on the image to read the story.

The “Big Trip” as told by James Ronquillo. Please click on the image to read the story.

The start of a “Girls Club” as remembered by Billie Krenzler. Please click on the image to read the story.

Thanks to our Bronze Sponsors!
Making our 50th year the very best!

Celebrating 50 Years!

Since February 4, 1971 the Boys & Girls Clubs of Yellowstone County has filled the gap between school and home, providing safe, engaging, supportive learning environments between 5 Clubhouse and 5 Micro-site locations.  Given the urgency of the moment, our youth need us now more than ever!

You can help kids in our community by joining us in Celebrating 50 Years!  Join us in raising funds to ensure the Club can continue to be the beacon of hope for hundreds of kids in Yellowstone County. Your gifts will be used to support our mission of enabling all children to become healthy, caring and productive adults.