How can we begin to tell someone how deeply we appreciate all that they have done for the kids of this community? To adequately convey how grateful we are for the hours, days, weeks, and years of effort to launch the Club and build our Clubhouse? The expertise you brought in helping us charter our organization and serving as our chief financial officer?
Thank you, Ken MacDonnell, from your fellow board members and on behalf of the thousands of kids whose lives you have impacted.
Enjoy your next chapter.
Join Trivia Master Mike Viskovich for an evening of fun and fundraising on Saturday, April 28th, at the Massena Elks Lodge. Get your team of four friends, family or coworkers together and put to good use that useless knowledge filling your brain.
You’ll laugh. You’ll learn. You’ll have a fantastic time at the 4th Annual Trivia Game Night to benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Massena.
Teams of four are invited to compete for a fee of $80 per team ($100 if you register the night of the event). Prizes will be awarded to the first-, second- and third-place teams. In addition to Trivia, a 50/50 drawing will be held, snacks will be provided and a cash bar will be available.
To ensure your space at this popular annual event, visit our Trivia Game Night page to preregister. Any remaining spaces can be registered for starting at 6 PM the night of the event, with game time starting at 7 PM on Saturday, April 21st at the Elks Lodge, Bowers Street, Massena.
Nothing is more important to us than the safety of our Club kids.
When the weather is bad enough to close school, the BGCM Clubhouse will also be closed.
If inclement weather causes school to be cancelled, dismissed early or after school activities cancelled, the BGCM Clubhouse will be CLOSED.
Monday, September 18, 2017.
What a great day. The sun was shining, the temperatures were more summer-like than fall and we swung the doors open to our 30 Bayley Road Clubhouse to kids ages 5 to 18 for the very first time.
Thanks to our steering committee members who got things rolling. Thanks to the charter board members who worked tirelessly and wore so many hats — from events, to publicity, to governance, to finance, to staffing and beyond. Thanks to the volunteers who helped us clean, paint and prep our new Club.
Thanks to so many, for giving so much, to support this incredibly important effort. Together, we made the Boys & Girls Club of Massena a reality. Together, we have made it possible for thousands of kids for decades to come to achieve GREAT FUTURES.
Here, BGCM Board Members, staff, volunteers and community supporters gather for the official ribbon cutting to mark this tremendous achievement for the kids of the community.
Hey, kids and parents… It’s finally here!
The Boys & Girls Club of Massena has started this school year off in our very own, newly renovated clubhouse at 30 Bayley Road. We hope you’ll be part of the fun!
Before you can attend, you’ll need to complete a Club membership form and submit it with the $10/annual membership fee*.
Click here to learn more about being a member and to download the Membership Form, Club Handbook and Parental Agreement.
*Scholarships are available with demonstration of need.
The May 20, 2017 “Frenchie’s Great Northern New York Auto Show” raised $2,000 for the Club! Thank you, so much, to Frenchie and his amazing team!
Here, BGCM President Timmy Currier accepts the donation from Real “Frenchie” Coupal.
Drum roll, please…
The winners of the 2nd Annual STEM Science Fair, held on JUNE 6th:
3rd Place 5th grade – Cameron Krywanczyk (Massena)
2nd Place 5th grade – Andrew Faveau (Norwood/Norfolk)
1st Place 5th grade – Olivia Caldwell (Massena)
3rd Place 4th grade – Owen Cyrus (Massena)
2nd Place 3rd grade – Jacob Monroe (Massena)
1st Place 4th grade – Madeline Hirschey (St. Lawrence Central)
1st Place high school – Kaitlyn Montgomery (St. Lawrence Central)
Congratulations to all the kids who participated, their supportive families, great teachers and our guest judges. We know how hard it was to choose from such great projects!
*This event is made possible through funding by the Alcoa Foundation.
Wow! What a great day!On behalf of our EXTRAVAGANZA committee, we want to offer our deepest thanks to everyone who helped make the inaugural event so successful.
Saturday, May 6, was a day when thousands of amazing people came together to support the Boys & Girls Club of Massena. Vendors, partners, entertainers, advertisers, volunteers, and attendees shared their time and their treasure to help us open the doors to GREAT FUTURES.
We really can’t say thank you enough. Every dollar made at the EXTRAVAGANZA stays right here, to provide the programs and place that is making a difference in the lives of our kids — already nearly 500 members strong!
We’ve started planning for next year and we so hope to see you again on the first Saturday in May!
Thank you for your continued support!
Tim Lashomb & Anne-Marie Lucid, EXTRAVAGANZA Co-Chairs
We are soooooo grateful to all the folks who have helped get the Club ready for our kids! Thank you, so much, to the following Alcoa employees (and family members) who recently lent us a bunch of helping hands to tackle painting and preps:
Ned Meader Jr.
Chris and Pam Tulga
Doug and Luke von Borstel
Jim and Priscilla Jenne
Mitch, Olivia, Esther and Owen Nemier
Ronda and Michael McGraw