The Boys & Girls Clubs of La Habra Fills a Critical Need
Boys & Girls Clubs build character by providing leadership and guidance in behavior and attitude. Young people of all ethnicities, age and creeds join together in wholesome recreation and fellowship.

Boys & Girls Clubs are Unique because:
• It is for boys and girls.
• It has an open door.
• It has full-time professional leadership.
• It has a varied and diversified program.
• It assures that all girls and boys can afford to belong.
• It is building-centered.
• It is guidance-oriented.

Clubs Help Young People Be Great By Providing:
• A safe, supportive environment
• Fun activities
• Supportive relationships with peers and adults
• Increased opportunities to learn and develop
• Recognition of achievement

1955 – Founded by Tony Villelli, Al Brown, John Kelley and the La Habra Host Lions Club

1958 – Original Boys Club building opens to serve boys

1980’s – In the early 80’s took over the Boxing Club and ran it successfully until 2004

1986 – Under the leadership of Thomas Sauer a second part of the building was built and designated as the Girls Club

1988 – Boys & Girls Clubs of Brea opened

1989 – Teen Center opened

1991 – Formal Education Program started with the help of a foundation grant provided by a former Board Member Robert E. Fulton

1991 – Club name change to Boys & Girls Clubs of La Habra/Brea

1998 – Upper gymnasium was dedicated to Harmon and Mary Jenson

1999 – Robert E. Fulton Education Center opened, this was made possible by the generous donation made by Sulie Fulton

2001 – La Habra Boys & Girls Club Alumni Association was organized

2002 – Teen Center dedicated to John & Tillie Campos

2006 – Collaborated with the La Habra City School District, under the State of California’s After School Education and Safety Program                          Grant, enabling us to open 9 school sites

2009 – Club name changed to Boys & Girls Clubs of La Habra

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La Habra Community Collaborative
La Habra Education Collaboration
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La Habra Police Department
La Habra Host Lions Club
Los Angeles County Fire Department
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