The Boystown Parnell Boxing Gym
The Boxing Club at Parnell
An early photo from the 1930’s atthe Boystown Boxing Gym withtrophies on display
A judo action shot taken in theParnell Boystown Gym, 1958
The boxing club at Parnell
Do you remember the BoystownDress a Dolly contest?
Nelson Street Boystown in 1966.Joe Cox pictured was the last survivor of theoriginal 17 boys who first joined in 1932
An architect’s impression of the newNelson St building
The Mayoress, Mrs Barbara Goodmanpresents fundraising cheques to DavidHovell at the conclusion of the 100hrnon-stop “Tramp...
The Boystown Gymnastics Club
Trampolinists at Youthtown Nelson St
An early Boystown vehicle
The late Sir Ernest Davies pushes over aBoystown penny pile at the Civic Hotel
The Duke of Edinborough presentsan award to a Youthtowner
The Boystown bus (decommissioned 1985)was dontated to Boystown by the AucklandKiwanis Club in 1985
The Boystown Pipe Band
The Youthtown swimming pool at NelsonStreet before the roof was added
Piha beach camp, May 1987
Waiheke Island camp, 1989
Junior Weightlifting Club in the early 1990’s
The Youthtown AnniversaryPirate Ship in the pool
The old Youthtown library,now the activity zone
Interschool basketball in theNelson St gym
Do you recognise any of these kids?
Holiday programme staff in the 1990’s
Whangaruru summer camp
Mangawhai camp, May 1991
Relaxing at the Mangawhai camp, 1998
Splashing around in theYouthtown pool, July 1998
April 1999. Neil Ingham (centre), representing theMasonic Trust. Watching are Joe McManemin,Trusteefor The Potter Masonic ...
Exploring the Waipu caves, 2001Mangawhai camp
Youthtowners learning to kayak at the2002 Whananaki Camp
Youth Development camp atMotutapu Island 2003
Youth Development camp atMotutapu Island, 2003
2003 Youth development camp atMotutapu Island
Kauaeranga Valley tramping trip
The picturesque Kauaeranga tramp, 2007
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Youthtown 80 years

  1. 1. The Boystown Parnell Boxing Gym
  2. 2. The Boxing Club at Parnell
  3. 3. An early photo from the 1930’s atthe Boystown Boxing Gym withtrophies on display
  4. 4. A judo action shot taken in theParnell Boystown Gym, 1958
  5. 5. The boxing club at Parnell
  6. 6. Do you remember the BoystownDress a Dolly contest?
  7. 7. Nelson Street Boystown in 1966.Joe Cox pictured was the last survivor of theoriginal 17 boys who first joined in 1932
  8. 8. An architect’s impression of the newNelson St building
  9. 9. The Mayoress, Mrs Barbara Goodmanpresents fundraising cheques to DavidHovell at the conclusion of the 100hrnon-stop “Trampothon” in 1970
  10. 10. The Boystown Gymnastics Club
  11. 11. Trampolinists at Youthtown Nelson St
  12. 12. An early Boystown vehicle
  13. 13. The late Sir Ernest Davies pushes over aBoystown penny pile at the Civic Hotel
  14. 14. The Duke of Edinborough presentsan award to a Youthtowner
  15. 15. The Boystown bus (decommissioned 1985)was dontated to Boystown by the AucklandKiwanis Club in 1985
  16. 16. The Boystown Pipe Band
  17. 17. The Youthtown swimming pool at NelsonStreet before the roof was added
  18. 18. Piha beach camp, May 1987
  19. 19. Waiheke Island camp, 1989
  20. 20. Junior Weightlifting Club in the early 1990’s
  21. 21. The Youthtown AnniversaryPirate Ship in the pool
  22. 22. The old Youthtown library,now the activity zone
  23. 23. Interschool basketball in theNelson St gym
  24. 24. Do you recognise any of these kids?
  25. 25. Holiday programme staff in the 1990’s
  26. 26. Whangaruru summer camp
  27. 27. Mangawhai camp, May 1991
  28. 28. Relaxing at the Mangawhai camp, 1998
  29. 29. Splashing around in theYouthtown pool, July 1998
  30. 30. April 1999. Neil Ingham (centre), representing theMasonic Trust. Watching are Joe McManemin,Trusteefor The Potter Masonic Trust (right), and BrianMiddleton, Southtown’s President (left).Driver Bill Barlow waits in the new bus
  31. 31. Exploring the Waipu caves, 2001Mangawhai camp
  32. 32. Youthtowners learning to kayak at the2002 Whananaki Camp
  33. 33. Youth Development camp atMotutapu Island 2003
  34. 34. Youth Development camp atMotutapu Island, 2003
  35. 35. 2003 Youth development camp atMotutapu Island
  36. 36. Kauaeranga Valley tramping trip
  37. 37. The picturesque Kauaeranga tramp, 2007

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