Ainlays honored by Boys and Girls Clubs of Schenectady

Union has participated in a number of projects to benefit the non-profit organization
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Ainlays honored by Boys and Girls Clubs of Schenectady


  • Union has participated in a number of projects to benefit the non-profit organizationUnion has participated in a number of projects to benefit the non-profit organization
  • President Stephen C. Ainlay and his wife, Judith, with the couple's two sons, Jonathan and Jesse, at the Boys and Girls Club eventPresident Stephen C. Ainlay and his wife, Judith, with the couple's two sons, Jonathan and Jesse, at the Boys and Girls Club event
  • The Ainlays were recognized at the organization’s Fall Fling and Auction Nov. 18 at the Glen Sanders MansionThe Ainlays were recognized at the organization’s Fall Fling and Auction Nov. 18 at the Glen Sanders Mansion

President Stephen C. Ainlay and his wife, Judith, were recently honored by the Boys and Girls Clubs of Schenectady for the College’s partnership with the youth organization.

The Ainlays were recognized at the organization’s Fall Fling and Auction Nov. 18 at the Glen Sanders Mansion. They were named honorary chairs for the event, the non-profit group’s largest fundraiser. Judith Ainlay also serves on the Boys and Girls Club Auxiliary.

Members of the campus community, including Greek organizations, employees and alumni, have participated in a number of projects to benefit the Boys and Girls Clubs. The organization hosts programs that promote the social, educational, health, leadership and character development of youth ages 6 to 18 in Schenectady.

“Union has been an incredible asset to the Boys and Girls Club as we work to help kids reach their full potential in life,” said Shane Bargy, executive director.

“Stephen and Judith’s inspiring leadership has played a significant role in the success we have had in helping Schenectady’s young people.”

To learn more about the Boys and Girls Clubs of Schenectady, click here.