Hall of Fame


The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Lowell is proud of our alumni. The Hall of Fame is designed to celebrate our alumni and stakeholders’ achievements and their exceptional contributions to helping the Club achieve its mission. Hall of Fame inductees inspire members to know that they can reach the same heights and continue the Club’s tradition of excellence and transforming lives.

The 2021 Hall of Fame induction will take place on October 7, 2021 at Four Oaks Country Club.

Whether you attended, swam, or wrestled at the Club on Dutton Street, or our current site on Middlesex Street, we want you to join us for an evening of reconnecting with each other and the Boys & Girls Cub of Greater Lowell. The evening will include a dinner, and the induction of our 2021 Hall of Fame class. Please click here to purchase your tickets to join us in-person or to receive the link to join us virtually. 

Ticket prices to join us in-person are $50, with a special rate of $25 for alumni ages 25 or younger. We welcome former and current Board and Trustee members, Club parents, Corporators, Chairs, and staff, as well as guests of our inductees. Please note that virtual event registration is free, and in the event that it is unsafe to meet in-person we will contact you to make alternative arrangements.

This year’s event will honor the 2021 Hall of Fame class, which includes: Brian “Chappy” Chapman, William “Billy G.” Gilmore, and Keith “Kiki” Rudy, Sr. You can learn more about them below!

Click here to purchase your tickets to join us in-person at Four Oaks Country Club or to receive the link to join us virtually. Please direct all questions and concerns to Yesenia Maysonet, Assistant Director of Development, at ymaysonet@lbgc.org or 978.458.4526 X 13. 

Current Hall of Fame Inductees 

(click here for brief bios of our inductees)

George Behrakis

Frederic C. Church, Sr.

George Demoulas

Telemachus Demoulas

Raymond Hamel

Major Walter Jeyes, Sr.

William “Billy” King

Arthur Koumantzelis

John A. Notini

Ray Riddick

William Vrettas


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