Our Facility

Our Facility
The Boys & Girls Club of Troy operates within an 18,000 square foot facility located in a well-populated residential area, across from Raintree Park and adjacent to Barnard Elementary School. This versatile building was constructed in 2006 and is strategically designed to allow Club staff to conduct a wide variety of programming simultaneously, as each space is configured to accommodate large groups and specific activities.
The central hub of the Boys & Girls Club of Troy, much of the activity naturally flows into this room which contains multiple table games, including table tennis, pool, bumper pool, foosball, air hockey and carpet ball. Many other social activities take place here, and members also use this space to play video games and watch movies on the projection screen.
This multi-purpose room is where the bulk of our educational programs exist. Members can use this area to do school work or even participate in our Power Hour program. During times when most members have completed homework or reading, other options such as board games, puzzles, computers and movies are available.
Comparable to the size of a high school auxillary gym, this area has six basketball hoops, as well as a multipurpose floor and high ceilings which make the gym well suited for multiple sports and games, including volleyball, dodgeball, kickball and many others. The Club also has portable mats for gymnastics and tumbling exercises.
Members can explore their creative side in the art room, which is well stocked with supplies for drawing, coloring, painting, and craft making. A small stage and sound system in this room allows members to enhance their skills in the performance arts, particularly in preparation for the annual Talent Show which is held at the end of each summer.
Teens are not simply "older children” – they have reached a developmental stage that requires a different strategic approach to recruitment, retention, marketing, staff interaction, use of space and programming. Our teen programs help us increase our outreach to teens and serve them more effectively. This space has flat-screen TVs for movies and gaming, as well as a computer station, table games and a lounge area.
Constructed in the summer of 2012, the Boys & Girls Club of Troy pavilion serves as a useful program area, as well as a shady spot for members to gather and eat lunch during the summer months. The pavilion is the centerpiece of the Club's outdoor attractions, which also includes courts for basketball and four square, and the availability of fields and playgrounds at the adjacent Barnard Elementary School.
The Club's concession stand offers a variety of food and drink options for our members. Much of what is sold in the Snack Shack is a low-fat and healthier alternative to traditional "junk food." The Snack Shack menu is kept fresh and affordable year-round.
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