Unit Director Rocco Spagnuolo
Rocco Spagnuolo has been molding the young minds of our members since 2004. He is a dedicated Director focused on improving the upcoming generations.
The Ronald M. Ansin Junior Clubhouse at the BGCFL
Juniors at the Boys & Girls Club of Fitchburg and Leominster have full list of STEAM programs to choose from throughout the day. Programs range from Power Hour, Coding, Math Club, 3D printing (coming soon), Beekeeping, Aquaponics, Junior Engineers, environmental science and Fine Arts. We also provide J.U.M.P. hikes and walks, Basketball Leagues, guest instructors, Healthy Habits cooking, Wood working and much more!
ScratchOur Tech lab is a hot commodity within the Junior community. In the lab members are able to learn the beginnings of coding through different programs like Scratch, MIT App Inventor, Miniecraft.edu, and My.Futures.
Healthy HabitsMembers are introduced to healthier alternatives to their processed or sugar filled foods that they normally eat. They learn nutrition facts to live healthier lives and how to measure out cooking materials in our cooking courses.
Our Juniors in the News!
Leominster Boys & Girls Club makes face shields for local medical facilities
By Stephen Landry / firstname.lastname@example.org Posted Jul 23, 2020 UMass Memorial HealthAlliance-Clinton Hospital is among the local health centers benefiting from a challenge posed to members of the Boys & Girls Club of Fitchburg and Leominster to come up with a way to address the shortage of personal protection equipment. Officials at TPE Solutions […]
Boys and Girls Club 5K goes virtual during pandemic
By DANIEL MONAHAN | email@example.com | Sentinel & Enterprise PUBLISHED: June 15, 2020 LEOMINSTER — Rather than cancel its annual 5K fundraising event due to COVID-19, the Boys and Girls Club of Fitchburg and Leominster has decided to host it virtually this year. The race, now in its 11th year, was moved online following health concerns and is taking place […]
Shirley’s TPE Solutions teams up with B&G Club of Fitchburg and Leominster to produce face masks
By CLIFF CLARK | firstname.lastname@example.org | Sentinel & Enterprise PUBLISHED: June 9, 2020 SHIRLEY — For Jonas Angus, president of TPE Solutions Inc., partnering with students at the Boys & Girls Club of Fitchburg and Leominster to produce face shields for doctors and nurses on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic seemed like a natural fit. “We wanted to inspire […]